QPR striker Remy to keep Arsenal, Liverpool waiting

QPR striker Loic Remy won't rush his next move.

QPR striker Loic Remy won't rush his next move.

The Daily Star says Remy, 27, spent last season on-loan at Newcastle United - scoring 14 goals in 24 starts - but remains unsure over a permanent switch to St James' Park.

The France international, who has a £8m release clause, has held initial talks with Arsenal and Liverpool as aims to secure a move to a club competing in the Champions League.

"The World Cup is a chance for me to showcase my ability," Remy told L'Equipe. "Newcastle, who I was loaned to by QPR, want to buy me. But I do not know if I'll stay there.

"I'm at a turning point in a pivotal year. It can be all guns blazing or stagnation.

"Since the beginning of the year, apart from my injury, it has been good. And when I am fit, I think I can hurt any opposition."

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