Samba secures Anzhi return

January signing Chris Samba has left QPR to rejoin Anzhi Makhachkala for a "club record undisclosed fee".

Last Updated: 05/07/13 at 18:30 Post Comment

Chris Samba: Short spell at QPR is now over

Chris Samba: Short spell at QPR is now over

Chris Samba has left QPR to rejoin Anzhi Makhachkala for a "club record undisclosed fee".

Rangers made Samba their record signing in January, but the centre-half was unable to prevent relegation to the Championship.

Samba's form at Loftus Road fluctuated, and at one stage he became embroiled in a Twitter row with supporters questioning his wages.

But Anzhi have not been put off re-signing the 29-year-old, who spent a year in Russia before his move to London.

A statement on the QPR website read: "The club would like to wish Chris all the best for the future and thank him for his contribution to QPR."


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