QPR Owner Won’t Let Remy Newcastle Transfer Happen
The latest twist on a possible permanent Loic Remy Newcastle transfer has seen the QPR boss Tony Fernandes make clear that he will not allow the striker to join United this month, even if the player and NUFC agreed a deal.
This is of course in contrast to his big mouth manager who has been apparently trying to auction the striker off to the highest bidder in recent days, claiming Remy must be worth £15m/£16m now that he has showed he can score goals in the Premier League.
The Times say that they have information that confirms Fernandes won’t part with Loic Remy as he is sure that QPR can get promotion and he wants to see Remy playing up front in West London again next season.
The report goes on to say that Fernandes has an excellent personal relationship with the forward and believes that Remy would rather go back to Rangers than stay at Newcastle – unless a ‘Champions League’ team came in for him.
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