Long-Term Setback On Remy
The chances of Loic Remy signing long-term for Newcastle United appear to be receding fast.
The player was less than enthusiastic a few weeks ago with his comments when asked about signing permanently for Newcastle and now there has been a double negative on any future deal.
Despite claims by club friendly press that United had some kind of agreement in place for buying Remy, the People have revealed today that this is far from the truth and that indeed QPR have now raised Remy’s minimum transfer trigger release clause from £8m to £10m, whether Newcastle or any other club come calling.
On top of this, Remy has also been commenting again and when asked about his future said;
“I’ll look at whatever offers come in, whether they are from Newcastle or whether they’re from QPR, then I will consider what is best for me.
“The most important thing at the moment is playing well for Newcastle and then hopefully trying to get a more regular position in the French squad.
“I am still a QPR player, I am just here on loan.”
While Alan Pardew’s viewpoint is;
“There’s no deal in place for Loic Remy, it is complicated – there is a long road yet both for him and for us.”
Looking more short-term, Loic Remy taking the mackems apart will do very nicely, my hangover will then turn back to worrying about where Remy will be next season or even next week…
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