Geoff Cameron has joined Queens Park Rangers on a free transfer from
Stoke City after spending the 2018-19 season at QPR on loan.
Geoff made 19 appearances, scoring one goal, for QPR, which finished 18th in the 24-team League Championship. He had spent six seasons with Stoke before its relegation from the Premier League in 2018.
“It’s great to be back,” Cameron told the QPR Web site. “I really enjoyed my time here last year – it’s a family-orientated environment and this move is the best fit for myself and my family. The manager [Mark Warburton] wants to get the ball down and play good football."
At 34, Cameron knows he will counted upon to provide leadership.
"Hopefully, myself and Angel [Rangel], who has also come back, can use our experience to help what is a young squad, he added. "I’m here to help the team in any way that I can – whether that’s leadership on the pitch or off it as well. For me, I’m excited for this role and I’m excited to be here. I just want to enjoy my football, like I did here last season.”