Here is what supporter and HITC writer Paul Moore has to say...
As a QPR fan I have to say I’m amazed at transfers that are going on at the club. We’re not just signing average players but world class players!
Starting off at the back and when I heard we were in for Julio Cesar I really thought it was one of those silly rumours. At 32 he is in the prime of his career and to me he’s one of the best goalkeepers in the world.
I’ve said before I’m not Robert Green’s biggest fan but having him on the bench will keep the Brazilian on his toes.
Some people are saying Mark Hughes is hitting the panic button; I don’t see that at all. When one of the best shot stoppers becomes available then you make a bid it’s as simple as that.
Green can only learn from the man we’ve brought in from Inter Milan and as a fan I can’t wait to see him between the sticks as a QPR player.
On Wednesday evening I went to see QPR play Walsall and making his debut in the blue and white colours was Jose Bosingwa; a Champions League winner. Now I’ll admit I’ve not seen him play that much but from what I saw on Wednesday I can tell he’s a great signing.
M’bia is coming from Marseille and that deal should be wrapped up soon; he can play as a centre back or defensive midfield so two players for the price of one. The man from Cameroon wants a new challenge and I must admit I’m excited at the prospect of seeing him.
Esteban Granero looks like another one through the door and yet again another world class player.
I personally think Hughes might try and get another forward; some say we don’t really need it but with competition in all other areas then why not?
Let’s not forget the return of Ale Faurlin and we have to have one of the best midfields not only in the Premiership but the world!
Before I get too carried away I realise we’ve only got one point from a possible six and face the Champions on Saturday evening which won’t be easy.
This team may gel straight away or it may take time but I’m confident it will happen and when it does I’ll have the biggest smile in the world!
image: © Tom Cuppens