ENGLISH Championship side Queens Park Rangers (QPR) have paid at least £2 million to secure the services of Warriors forward Macauley Bonne from League One side Charlton Athletic yesterday.
“I am really pleased and happy it’s finally done. I can’t wait to get started now.
“The second I heard there was interest, my head was turned. I’ll easily say that — my head was turned straight away.
“When you look at someone like Ebere Eze, the manager here and the club must be doing something right to develop players into Premier League players,” Bonne told the QPR TV yesterday.
Meanwhile, Charlton manager Lee Bowyer said they had no option but to accept QPR’s bid for Bonne because it was good business for the South London club.
“He has got a lot better and he works hard — that is what happens when you work hard, you then move on.
“It’s a great deal for the club. It’s good business — something we couldn’t turn down. The last thing the owner wants to do is come in and sell players but this is something we can’t refuse.