QPR midfielder Tjaronn Chery has completed his move to Chinese club Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng for a fee believed to be £4m.
“Tjaronn approached me a few weeks ago and told me he wanted to leave,” Rs boss Ian Holloway told the club’s official website. “Whilst it’s disappointing to lose a player of his ability, I only want players at QPR who want to be here.”
“When he heard of the interest from Guizhou, he made it clear that was a move he wanted to pursue.
“As a manager, when a player tells you he wants to leave with 18 months left to run on their contract, it’s in the club’s best interests to part ways and bring in players who want to play for the club.”
Tjaronn Chery, who had not featured for QPR since December 18, is the fourth international player registered by Guizhou Zhicheng though new CSL rules will limit clubs to having only three on the field at one time.
Tjaronn Chery has scored 14 goals in 62 appearances for QPR, who are currently in 17th place in the Sky Bet Championship.