QPR defender Ferdinand arrives in Turkey to sign for Bursaspor
QPR defender Anton Ferdinand arrived in Turkey yesterday to negotiate personal terms with Bursaspor.
Ferdinand is currently in the clubs Özlüce training grounds in talks with Bursaspor president İbrahim Yazıcı.
The Green Crocodiles are on the verge of agreeing a loan-deal until the end of the season with a buy-out clause option.
Ferdinand told Turkish media agency DHA: “I am happy to be here. We will meet Bursaspor representatives in Monday. Nothing concrete for now.”
Bursaspor have been active in the Premier League transfer market recently.
The club signed Scott Carson from West Bromwich, sold Alfred N'Diaye to Sunderland and have just completed the signing of Maurice Edu from Stoke City within the space of a season.
Ferdinand has struggled for playing time recently and is yet to make a Premier League appearance this year.
The 27-year-old defender joined QPR from Sunderland last season for €1.1 million.