Former QPR target Onismor Bhasera has penned a deal with Plymouth Argyle pending international clearance.
The defender has been in a contract wrangle with former club Kaiser Chiefs, who believed they owned his registration while the player himself insisted he was a free agent.
Paul Hart was an admirer of the left full-back and tried to sign him for both Portsmouth and QPR after he trained with both clubs.
Following Hart’s departure Mick Harford opted to snap up Wolverhampton Wanderers full-back Matt Hill, and Bhasera was left in limbo.
It appears however that the 23-year-old Zimbabwean international has finally got his desired move to England, as relegation-threatened Argyle bolster their defence.
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