Mark Hughes set to land another January signing.
Queens Park Rangers have agreed to sign striker Bobby Zamora from Fulham for a fee in the region of £4m.
Zamora is yet to have his medical but personal terms have been agreed and he looks set to be reunited with his former Fulham boss Mark Hughes at QPR.
The England forward joined Fulham for £4.8m from West Ham in July 2008.
Earlier this month Cottagers manager Martin Jol dismissed reports that Zamora was set to leave amid rumours of a rift between the two.
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Mark Hughes has been a busy bee since joining QPR earlier this month. Having already signed Djibriil Cisse and Nedum Onouha and brought in Samba Diakate on loan, now the Loftus Road boss is set to complete a deal to sign Fulham forward Bobby Zamora.
For all the gentle abuse the big forward receives, including THAT chant, the former Brighton, Tottenham and West Ham man has improved over the years and is now on the fringes of Fabio Capello’s England set-up. He is of course a fairly direct attacking option but he does posses good control.
His last two campaigns have been hampered by injury but he has still notched up a decent return of 33 goals in his last 91 appearances for the Cottagers.