QPR have completed the signing of England goalkeeper Rob Green.
The 32-year-old will make the move to Loftus Road on a free transfer when his deal at West Ham expires later this month.
Green made just shy of 250 appearances for the Hammers, but snubbed a new deal at Upton Park after the club failed to bow to his wage demands.
Rangers boss Mark Hughes made a new keeper one of his main priorities after narrowly escaping relegation last season.
The R's were linked with Shay Given, Ben Foster and several others, but Hughes has now landed Green on a two-year deal.
His arrival in W12 is expected to signal the end of Paddy Kenny's QPR career, with Leeds United waiting in the wings for the Irishman, who has a year remaining on his contract.
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