The 38-year-old goalkeeper has penned a one-year contract extension, whilst the Brazilian defender leaves Loftus Road after only making two appearances for Mark Hughes' sideRadek Cerny has agreed a one-year extension to his deal with QPR which will see him remain at Loftus Road until the end of next season.
The 38-year-old former Tottenham goalkeeper joined the Rs in 2008 and has made 87 appearances as the club's second-choice stopper behind Paddy Kenny.
Despite being limited to a a handful of starts last season, the Czech keeper is relishing the prospect of another season in the Premier League.
Cerny told reporters: "I'm pleased. At my age, if I'm offered a one-year deal, that's perfect for me. It's fantastic to still be involved with the Premier League.
"For goalkeepers, it's a little bit different to outfield players - age doesn't come into it as much.
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"My experience is probably why I'm still here. I've got experience and I always give 100% when I train. Hopefully that rubs off on the younger players."Meanwhile, Brazilian defender Bruno Perone has left the west London club after just a single season.
The 24-year-old, who joined from Brazilian outfit Tombense last summer, made just two appearances and has left the club upon the expiry of his one-year deal.
A statement on the club's official website read: "The club would like to wish Bruno all the best for the future."