QPR have signed goalkeeper Jordan Archer on a two-year deal.
The goalkeeper, 28, joins the R’s after his contract expired at Middlesbrough this summer.
Archer made 144 appearances for Millwall during a four-year spell at The Den until 2019. He has made one appearance for Scotland in their 2-0 defeat against Peru in 2018.
Archer told QPR’s club website: “I am really excited and looking forward to getting going. There’s a great crop of young goalkeepers here and the club feel I can add experience to the group. I am here to get my head down and work hard.
“As a goalkeeper, you keep tabs on goalkeepers throughout the league and I saw how well Seny [Dieng] did last season.
“I am excited to come in, work with him and I am sure we can push each other.”
Rangers manager Mark Warburton added: “I am delighted to have Jordan on board.
“With Joe Lumley and Liam Kelly both leaving the club, we were short in that area so we needed to bring in a replacement who would be ready when called upon, but also could provide stiff competition for Seny, Jordan meets that criteria.
“He knows the league and he knows whats expected of him.”
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