QPR close in on Henry signing

Wolves midfielder Karl Henry is set for a move to QPR with Harry Redknapp confirming the deal could be done on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 24/07/13 at 09:05 Post Comment

Karl Henry: Expected to sign for QPR on Tuesday

Karl Henry: Expected to sign for QPR on Tuesday

The former Spurs boss believes Henry's attitude and leadership qualities can help Rangers win promotion back tothe top flight.

"I've always liked Karl," he told the Evening Standard. "He's a good sort, he's a competitor. He looks like he wants to win.

"He's captain of Wolves and whenever I came up against him he always had that attitude about him that he's very determined. I think he is what we need at the club.

"He's a bit of a leader on the pitch and he will be a big asset for us. He is having a medical and it should go through today (Tuesday)."

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