Sheffield United have made their first signing since returning to the Premier League with QPR midfielder Luke Freeman joining for a club record fee.
Freeman, 27, scored eight goals last season for Rangers.
"He's one of the best players in the Championship and he can play in a number of positions," said United boss Chris Wilder.
"Luke is ideal to complement what we already have at the club, I think he will be a good fit for us."
The Blades broke their previous transfer record last summer when they signed defender John Egan from Brentford for a reported £4m. The fee for Freeman is undisclosed.
Former Manchester United and West Ham midfielder Ravel Morrison has also been training with the club.
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