Rangers will give player permission for Arsenal

https://i2.wp.com/i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2013/05/04/article-2318349-199F9034000005DC-693_634x464.jpg?resize=325%2C234Queens Park Rangers are now willing to let go of Loic Remy if he is bound for Arsenal.

The French striker only moved to London during the January transfer window, but even he could not help salvage his side from suffering relegation as Rangers now prepare for life in the Championship.

And with the club in the midst of a financial crisis which includes an £89 million debt, several of QPR’s prized assets who are earning high wages will not be denied a move away from the club.

One player certain to attract a move elsewhere is Loic Remy who has managed to net five goals in his short spell with Rangers, becoming the club’s joint top scorer this season along with Bobby Zamora and Adel Taarabt.

Indeed, Arsenal have been keeping tabs on Remy ever since his loan spell at Lens during his days as a youngster in France and after losing the battle to secure his services when the former Lyon boy joined Marseille in 2010, the Gunners are now ready to pounce on a second chance to sign the France international.

Incoming reports are now suggesting that QPR chairman Tony Fernandes has listed Remy amongst players who are available for sale this summer and the striker will come cheap for any suitors considering the relegation clause of just £6 million he has on his contract.

Remy is deemed to be a fan of the Gunners, but Arsenal, who sent out chief scout Steve Rowley to study the 6’1 forward in action a week before he featured against Wenger’s men last Saturday, may have to convince Remy into taking a pay-cut from the current £75,000-a-week deal he pockets at Loftus Road.

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18 thoughts on “Rangers will give player permission for Arsenal

  1. Remy has talent and considering he was joint top scorer on the worst EPL team and the worst managed as well, then he would be a steal at 6M.

  2. So arsenal still can’t pay £70, 000 only to a certain loic remy. Yet squillaci, fabianski, diaby are on a £55-60k range and yet they are players that we absolutely don’t need.

  3. @OMG he admitted he is a marcinery when he signed for rangers no loyalty he looks a decent player but Arsenal shouldn’t be thinking of employing such player.

  4. I heard that arsenal don’t want AW 2 sign, they prefer 1 ivory coast internatinal instead. It may be bcoz of Remy’s wages or bcoz 2much of french internatnal in d team. Anyway, top 4 finish is most piority nw, nd after that, i think Remy or Benteke is perfer additn with Jovetic on our rader+ 1 DM nd 1 FB who can also play as RB nd Pizkez of durtmund is also gud.
    My advice 4 board is just they should allow Wenger 2 do his Job nd support with real cash, not £70mil on paper…

  5. With his premier league experience and style of play, he will add a little fire power to our attack but with addition of Jovetic, a DM and an experienced Goalkeeper

  6. Can we do away wth £6m deals for now please, coz personally see it cheaper buying a proven goal scorer rather thn experiments evrytym are we nt capable of signing da lewandoski, falcao, cavan, galatasary hv a good hitman wth an amazing record, so buy 1 of these & jovetic it cn b a good frontline

  7. AW should go for remy i think that in an arsenal side the striker will thrive with cazorla, walcott and wiltshire to feed him the opportunities to score goals, bony or benteke would be great too. If he could make 2 out of 3 of these , then that would be the front sorted. then just need a DM and FB/RB

  8. Arsenal should stop buying average players if we are to compete at the highest level.we belong up there,so buy players with pedigree.Tired of being participants every season.we are meant to be champions.

  9. Read there is some wrangling over who to sign between Wenger and the board. This could be the board’s subtle warning to the fm to get the cl slot or else he will have to go. You never know. I think the board have finally decoded enough is enough and if the cl slot is not delivered,the fm may have to finally go.

  10. It won’t b a suprise 4 mi if Wenger signs non ov these 3 as he is used 2 his phillosophy ov talkin big but implementin nil. All we need nw z gng 4 C.L.

  11. @JayKay At QPR none of us really consider him a mercenary, he was bought with the pure aim of keeping us up, and Harry sold the club to him as a ‘shop window’ so clubs like yourselves notice him. He was never going to be a long term QPR player. He dreams of emulating Henry, I think he would love playing for Arsenal.
    You really should take him, class striker, can play RW or ST so can rotate in game with Theo. His goal haul for us shows you he can finish his chances, he is rapid, not a back to goal ST though, needs to be through.

  12. arsenal Should search for a proven striker; many arsenal players can afford to score more than 05 goals in 3months…Remy is a good player but he can’t solve the striking probs Arsenal have at the moment

  13. Remy is too much in the same mould as Walcott. If Wengers getting him for Walc to learn from then great but if its as a permanent option then why bother when Walc is younger and our top scorer- AND the reason he signed his contract was for that position. Signing Remy would be like telling Walcott he signed his contract for nothing. We’d be better off focusing on bringing in a decent winger to replace Walcott so that he can slot over to the middle

  14. Its like people on here dont know wenger,when was the last time he bought a big player?This is why we arent getting falcao,cavani,etc 1-we have NEVER spent big,our biggeset EVER signing was arshavin for 15mil and wengers probably learnt from that. 2-who wants to come to arsenal at a time manutd,man city,barca,real even chelsea are looking to win titles. 3-Players are concerned about money and coming to a team that pays their best players 50k a week, they can easily go to qpr and get triple that amount.

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