Johnson move confirmed
Queens Park Rangers have, as expected, clinched the signing of striker Andy Johnson on a free transfer from Fulham.
The 31-year-old will sign for Rangers on a two-year deal once his contract at Craven Cottage expires at the end of the month.
He will be reunited at Loftus Road with former Whites boss Mark Hughes and his former strike partner Bobby Zamora as the R's look to avoid a repeat of last season's relegation scrap.
Johnson had previously been linked with a lucrative switch to the United Arab Emirates, but it's thought he ultimately rejected that idea for family reasons.
The former Crystal Palace striker told QPR's official website: "I have worked closely with Mark before and there are also players here that I have played with previously, including Bobby Zamora and Shaun Derry.
"Those were factors in me joining, but this is a big, big club.
"I have spoken to the chairman and Mark, who both have great ambition for QPR, and it is something that I wanted to be a part of.
"Mark was brilliant when I was at Fulham. I'd just come off the back of a rough spell with a knee injury and he guided and helped me through that period. He was great to play under. He's a top a Manager and has some fantastic staff around him."