QPR fans could be re-united with Robert Green early on after he signed for Leeds United.
QPR's Robert Green
Leeds United last year clinched the signing of free agent Robert Green on a one-year deal, the club announced via their official website.
Green had been at QPR since 2012, after a truly mixed time at Loftus Road.
He was signed a month after his catastrophic World Cup error against USA for England, and his confidence was immediately low, making an error in a woeful 5-0 loss to Swansea on his debut.
QPR's Robert Green is shown a red card and is sent off by referee Keith Hill
QPR signed Brazilian star Julio Cesar weeks later and Green spent the rest of the season on the bench, with the club relegated.
In the Championship, Green regained his first team spot, and played a key role in helping the R's win promotion through the play-offs, history Leeds United would love him to repeat this year.
QPR's Robert Green celebrates with the trophy after winning the Championship Play Off Final
He kept his place in the Premier League in 2014/15, another season which resulted in relegation.
The stopper began in goal for the R's last year but found himself on the sidelines after Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink was appointed in place of Chris Ramsey, and was released last month.
He has an early opportunity to prove a point to his old club, when Leeds United visit QPR on the first game of the season at Loftus Road.
QPR fans are already fearing an inspired display from the veteran, here is a look at the reaction from supporters via Twitter to his move...
Rob Green signs for Leeds. You watch him have the game of his life on opening day! #QPR— Matthew James (@Matty_Tino) July 7, 2016
I won't be giving Rob Green abuse. Fill your boots if you want to but I'll leave it. Yes, mistakes were made but also a lot of highs. #QPR— Steve (@QPRSteve1982) July 6, 2016
Just when I thought I'd seen the last of Rob Green at loftus road, I have to watch him first game back. MOTM confirmed as well. #qpr— Ben Platt_qpr (@bplatt23) July 6, 2016