Harry Redknapp rings transfer changes at QPR

The South Korean Yun Suk-Young was the latest player to arrive at Loftus Road this window, following Loic Remy and Tal Ben Haim, and he will now link up with compatriot Park Ji-Sung, who joined before the season started from Manchester United.

updated: January 31, 2013 11:27 IST
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London: Harry Redknapp may have warned of "gang warfare" between rival player agents but that hasn't stopped the QPR manager living up to his "wheeler-dealer" reputation ahead of the closure of the January transfer window.

With just 24 hours left before Thursday's deadline day, Premier League basement club announced Wednesday they had signed South Korea full-back Yun Suk-Young on a three-and-half-year contract, with the west London club also eyeing a move for defender Christopher Samba.

The 22-year-old Yun, who played for the South Korea side that won bronze at last year's Olympics, put pen to paper for an undisclosed fee from K-League outfit Chunnam Dragons, the west London club said on their website.

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