By Richard Cawley
QPR have signed Oxford United defender Rob Dickie on a four-year deal from Oxford United.
The fee for the 24-year-old centre-back is undisclosed.
“I feel this is a really good fit for me, because of how I like to play,” Dickie said.
“I like to bring the ball out and start attacks but, at the same time, I do whatever is necessary to defend our goal.
“Hopefully I can bring out my best in a QPR shirt.”
Rangers manager Mark Warburton said: “He has proven himself at Oxford and is more than ready to step up.”
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