QPR striker Loic Remy, currently on loan at Newcastle United, believes that he will make a move to a big European club when his loan deal expires in the summer. The Frenchman has evoked interest from several clubs in Europe, including Premier League side Arsenal, who have been tracking him for a while now.
Remy has netted 13 goals in 24 appearances for the Magpies this season, catching the attention of all his potential suitors, who were doubting his form after leaving Marseille for QPR in 2012.
The 27-year old has now hinted that he is looking to join a top club in the summer and was quoted in the Daily Express as saying, “Clubs are discussing with my agent, I’m open for everything. I want to join a great European club, to play at the highest level. Regarding my future, everything is possible, even coming back to France. I’ve played for great clubs in France, like Lyon and Marseille. If I was a Brazilian? I would be Neymar.”
Remy’s inclination to move from Championship side QPR augurs well for the Gunners, who could do with a striker like him, given his ability to run in behind defences. Moreover, the French international has a release clause of just 10 million pounds, which is well within the budget of the Gunners.