Reading have signed former West Ham, Sunderland and QPR defender Anton Ferdinand on a two-year deal.
Sky sources report that central defender Anton Ferdinand is having a medical at Championship side Reading.
Former Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand has joined Turkish side Antalyaspor on a free transfer.
QPR have confirmed defender Anton Ferdinand has left the club by mutual consent.
According to reports, Bursaspor are looking to make Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand's loan move permanent.
Neil Warnock has defended his QPR transfer dealings following criticism from the club's chairman Tony Fernandes.
Anton Ferdinand talks to Sky Sports about how he is enjoying life in Turkey with Bursaspor.
Turkish club Bursaspor have completed the signing of QPR defender Anton Ferdinand on loan until the summer.
Sky Sports understands Queens Park Rangers defender Anton Ferdinand is undergoing a medical at Bursaspor.
Sky Sports understands QPR defender Anton Ferdinand has been given permission to discuss a loan move to Bursaspor.
QPR defender Anton Ferdinand believes the criticism of manager Mark Hughes is unfair because they will turn it around.
QPR boss Mark Hughes wants Chelsea's allegations against referee Mark Clattenburg dealt with as soon as possible
Mark Hughes does not expect Anton Ferdinand to show his support for Kick It Out before QPR's game at Arsenal.
Rio and Anton Ferdinand have expressed their disappointment with the 'actions' of the Football Association and PFA.
Show Racism the Red Card has called for a meeting following the boycott of the Kick It Out T-shirt campaign.
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QPR boss Mark Hughes has indicated he will not punish his players for refusing to wear the Kick It Out T-Shirt.
Anton Ferdinand followed brother Rio and refused to wear a Kick It Out T-shirt ahead of QPR's clash with Everton.
Brothers Anton and Rio Ferdinand are expected to join Jason Roberts in leading a black player boycott this weekend.
Chelsea captain John Terry has issued an apology and decided not to appeal his ban for racially abusing Anton Ferdinand.