Main Success: Loic Remy (Marseille)
Other transfers in: Tal Ben Haim (Free Agent), Christopher Samba (Anzhi Makhachkala), Yun Suk-Young (Chunnam Dragons), Jermaine Jenas (Tottenham), Andros Townsend (loan from Tottenham)
Transfers out: Djibril Cisse (loan to Al Gharafa), Michael Harriman (loan to Wycombe), Frankie Sutherland (loan to Portsmouth), Anton Ferdinand (loan to Bursaspor), Alejandro Faurlin (loan to Palermo), Rob Hulse (loan to Millwall), Jordan Gibbons (loan to Inverness CT), Kieron Dyer (Released), Ryan Nelson (Toronto)
Where to start with QPR? Harry Redknapp's arrival ensured transfer mayhem. Once again, a plethora of experienced players enter Loftus Road. Once again, Redknapp delivers a huge signing with the snatching of Loic Remy.
Christoper Samba should plug the gap left by Ryan Nelson. Andros Townsend and Jermaine Jenas both need to show consistent quality if they are going to break into the starting 11. This could work well for QPR, as a competitive squad is likely to raise the performance of the entire team.
Old 'Arry takes third for being completely mental. While £100,000 per week is completely crazy for Samba, this sum will barely register if QPR remain in the Premier League (via The Independent). All in all, some terrific signings.