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QPR secure triple loan signing

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It isn't transfer deadline day without Harry Redknapp sticking his head out of a car window on Sky Sports and finally at 11:30 last night, he was there!

Unsurprisingly the QPR manager had news to announce as well.

It had already been confirmed that season-long loan deals for Tottenham duo Tom Carroll and Benoit Assou-Ekotto were in place by the time Redknapp gave his customary interview.

However, he did provide one exclusive; Niko Kranjcar, the Croatian international midfielder whom he signed at Portsmouth and Spurs has become a Hoop for a season.

The trio represent a massive coup for QPR who have made a bright start to their bid for an immediate Premier League return. 

Redknapp also achieved his summer transfer aims, having stated after the victory at Leeds on Saturday that he was chasing "three or four players."

21-year-old Carroll is held in very high regard by Tottenham despite being loaned out, the creative midfielder is on international duty was the England Under 21s at the moment. 

Assou-Ekotto has been a regular at Spurs for the last seven years until the current campaign where Danny Rose is occupying his left-back position.

But Kranjcar will be the one that most excites the R's fans. 

Still only 29, the Croatian impressed at Portsmouth but was kept out of the team by Gareth Bale towards the end of his White Hart Lane career - no embarrassment there. 

His loan from Dynamo Kyiv leaves QPR with a wealth of talent for Redknapp to choose upon.

Following the arrivals, Sky Bet have made the Loftus Road outfit 5-2 favourites to win the Championship.

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