Warnock reunited with Kenny for third time as Leeds sign QPR keeper
15:00 GMT, 10 July 2012
Moving on: Paddy Kenny will leave QPR for Leeds
Paddy Kenny will link up with Neil Warnock for a third time on Wednesday after agreeing a 400,000 move to Elland Road.
The QPR keeper has been strongly linked with Leeds since Robert Green arrived at Loftus Road from West Ham and was installed by manager Mark Hughes as QPR’s first-choice keeper.
Warnock has now finally got his man after the two clubs agreed a fee for Kenny and the 34-year old Halifax-born keeper accepted personal terms for a return to West Yorkshire.
Sportsmail understands the contract will be for three years or two years with an option for a third.
Kenny confirmed he was heading out of Loftus Road by tweeting: ‘Change of plan now not starting pre-season tomorrow but something else is happening at 1pm, oh I wonder what.’
Together again: Neil Warnock will work with the former Sheffield United No 1 for a third time
The 1pm reference is believed to relate to a planned press conference at Elland Road to unveil Kenny as Warnock’s latest signing, as the Leeds boss continues a rebuilding programme aimed at delivering his promise of a successful promotion campaign next season.
Warnock and Kenny were together at Sheffield United, as well as QPR, and are about to be reunited again for a tilt at taking Leeds back into the Barclays Premier League after a lengthy absence.