Premier League defender snubbed lucrative foreign move for QPR

QPR summer signing, Anton Ferdinand, has revealed that he turned down a move to Dnipro and instead chose to move to Loftus Road.

The 26 year-old was sold in a transfer deadline day deal by Sunderland, after being deemed surplus to requirements.

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, Ferdinand stated: “The offer from Ukraine came in first and it didn’t excite me – I’m not someone who goes somewhere because the money was right.”

He added: “I’m all about my football and if you do well in football, the money comes to you.”

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