Queens Park Rangers have sold Michael Doughty to Peterborough United.
Peterborough complete the signing of Michael Doughty on a three year deal, the club’s official website reports.
The deal goes ahead after Peterborough United agreed an undisclosed fee with Queens Park Rangers for Michael Doughty and then agreed personal terms with the player.
The 24-year-old arrives at the ABAX Stadium as a highly rated midfielder with experience in League One.
The former Wales under-21 international never really established himself as a regular in the QPR senior side but has had numerous loan spells.
These include the likes of Crawley, Aldershot, St Johnstone, Stevenage and Gillingham.
Michael Doughty spent parts of the 2015/16 and 2016/17 season on loan at Swindon Town, where he really impressed.
This prompted Ian Holloway to rave about him, recall him and vow to give him more game time.
However, Doughty still failed to become a regular in the QPR side and has now opted to leave the club on a permanent basis after managing just thirteen senior appearances for the Hoops.
He has decided to drop down a division and join Peterborough United, who are hoping to challenge for promotion next term.
Posh have been busy this summer and Doughty follows goalkeeper Josh Tibbetts (Birmingham City), winger Danny Llotd (Stockport County) and strikers Jack Marriott (Luton Town) and Ricky Miller (Dover Athletic) through the door at Peterborough.
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