Leistner joins QPR after leaving Union Berlin at the expiry of his contract
Queens Park Rangers have snapped up defender Toni Leistner after his contract with FC Union Berlin expired.
The German signed a three year deal with the Championship outfit and will bring a wealth of experience of to Steve McClaren’s men.
Leistner, 27, jetted to Portugal to link up with his new teammates as they continue their pre-season training in the Algarve.
He said: “I feel very proud, QPR is a big club and a traditional club so it is good to be here.
“I like to play football the hard way. I love the physical side of the game and I hope I can give the supporters a lot.”
Leistner is Steve McClaren’s first singing as the QPR boss.
He said: “We have been looking for the last month for centre backs, and we believe we have found a very good one in Toni.”
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