QPR striker Loic Remy, on loan at Newcastle United, has fuelled speculation of him moving to the Emirates next season as he sat in attendance for the Gunners’ final home game of the season against West Brom on Sunday.
The 27-year old French international has been linked with a move to Arsenal for quite a while now, and many believe that his presence at the Emirates during the Gunners’ 1-0 win over West Brom may have something to do with negotiations with the North London club.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger though refuted any transfer speculation and said that one must not read too much into the former Marseille man’s presence at the Emirates on Sunday. When asked about it Wenger said, “I have just been informed Loic Remy was here. I honestly did not know. I hope he paid for his ticket.”
Is Remy destined for the Emirates?
Remy too has hinted many a time this season that he could be moving to one of the best clubs in Europe next season, and it seems as though the QPR striker may have found a good match in Arsenal.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp too has all but given up hope of keeping Remy at the club as he lamented over a 10 million pound release clause in Remy’s contract, which makes him an easily acquirable target for many top clubs in Europe.