Loic Remy has completed his move to Queens Park Rangers, the club have confirmed.
Remy, 26, has signed for a club record fee, with reports suggesting the figure is in the region of £8 million.
The French international striker will wear the number 18 shirt during his time at Loftus Road, and fans will be hoping he can fire Rangers clear of relegation danger, with the club currently sitting bottom of the table with just 14 points from 22 games.
That doesn't appear to be the end of QPR's transfer activity this January either. Harry Redknapp confirmed after last night's 1-0 FA Cup success over West Brom that Yann M'Vila is close to completing his move to Loftus Road.
Speaking to Sky Sports, Redknapp said: "I liked M'Vila when I was at Tottenham.
"They (Rennes) turned down £28million from an English club for him a year ago. Spurs offered £15million for him in August. The deal looks okay."
He added: "M'Vila's had a few off-the-field problems. If he behaves himself, and plays as we know he can, he'll do well."
Remy's arrival has seemingly pushed Djibril Cisse closer to the QPR exit door, with reports linking the 31-year-old frontman with a switch to the Middle East.
Another confirmed departure is Frankie Sutherland, who has joined crisis-club Portsmouth on a one-month youth loan, subject to FA and Football League clearance.
The young striker is yet to make an appearance for Rangers, and joins the south-coast club in a bid to gain some valuable first-team experience.
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