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Leeds & QPR Agree fee for Paddy Kenny

 (Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
(Photo by Julian Finney/Getty Images)
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West London Sport believe that Queens Park Rangers and Leeds United have today agreed a fee for goalkeeper Paddy Kenny.

The worst kept secret so far of the English footballing calender may now be moving one step further with Kenny expected to complete a deal this week. The keeper who seems to follow Warnock here, there and everywhere could complete a medical tomorrow.

QPR are allowing 34-year-old Kenny to leave due to the recent signing of Robert Green from West Ham. Kenny will put pen to paper on a three-year-deal.

Speculation went into overload this morning after Kenny tweeted about his possible plans over pre-season training tomorrow. He tweeted:

Should the deal occur Kenny will become Warnock's fourth signing of the summer and the fourth occasion the two have linked up together. Jason Pearce, Adam Drury and Paul Green have already signed for United and hopefully there is plenty more to come.