According to NBC Sports writer Joe Prince-Wright, United States Men’s National Team veteran Geoff Cameron is leaving Stoke City to join fellow English Championship side Queens Park Rangers. The loan will take the 33-year-old defender/midfielder to QPR for the duration of the 2018-2019 season.
Cameron has yet to feature for Stoke this season, but should be a fixture in the starting XI for QPR. Manager Steve McClaren has been under intense pressure as the London-based club currently sits 22nd (out of 24) in the Championship, with a 1-4 record and a -10 goal difference.
It is believed that there are La Liga and MLS sides still interested in acquiring Cameron and it is quite possible that he could be on the move again during the January transfer window. An mlssoccer.com report from July linked Cameron with the New England Revolution and LA Galaxy.
Cameron will be the second American on the roster, joining 21-year-old defender and former NCAA Division III player Giles Phillips.
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