Word on the tweet: Anton Ferdinand thanks Twitter for well-wishes ahead of Bursaspor move

The QPR defender yesterday completed a loan move to Turkey, while top flight players prepare for tonight's Premier League action as well as keeping an eye on El Clasico
QPR defender Anton Ferdinand completed a loan move to Bursaspor on Tuesday and hasn't taken long to take to Twitter to express his excitement ahead of his move abroad.

In joining the Turkish club, Ferdinand will link up with Scott Carson, Tuncay Sanli and Maurice Edu, as he swaps a relegation dogfight for a club chasing a Champions League place.

Elsewhere Gaizka Mendieta and James McArthur prepare for El Clasico while John Heitinga gets ready for Everton vs West Brom, while James Beattie teases us about contact with Manchester City in Goal.com's latest offering of Word on the Tweet.

"Thank you for all the good luck tweets!!"

Anton Ferdinand thanks well-wishers after completing his loan move from Queens Park Rangers to Bursaspor.

"Why in the great El Clasico people are just obsessed with Messi & CR? What about Xavi, Iniesta, Villa, etc.. & Xabi, Ozil, Khedira, etc..."

On a day where most of the European footballing world will have one eye on El Clasico, former Middlesbrough midfielder Gazika Medieta insists there is more to Barcelona and Real Madrid then Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronadlo.

"wind in wigan is so bad, chill out and get ready to watch messi v ronaldo."

A point that is sadly missed by Wigan Athletic's James McArthur.

"You only have 3 choices: Give up, give in, or give it all you've got."

Swansea City midfielder Kemy Agustien shares his life philosophy. Pretty sure choice one and two mean the same thing Kemy.

"Matchday #Everton. Three points needed. WBA. #COYB"

It's simple, it's straight to the point, I like it. John Heitinga prepares for Everton's clash with West Bromwich Albion.

"Just started 'Breaking Bad' on a 5 hour train journey North! Very decent. Got a meeting with Man City reps about something special"

Manchester City fans will be hoping that James Beattie's train journey update has nothing to do with Mario Balotelli's departure to AC Milan.

"So angry at the moment"

It seems angry former Republic of Ireland international Clinton Morrison is not having a good day.