Tuesday, 15th January, 2013

QPR are offering Marseille striker Loic Remy €100,000 (£83,000) per week to join them, according to French radio station RMC.

The 26-year-old goal-getter looks to be on his way to Loftus Road, with QPR having sweet-talked him into snubbing Newcastle to aid in the Rs’ battle against relegation from the Premier League.

However, it is not just the €100,000 per week offer which has turned Remy’s head, but also QPR’s remarkable proposal to the player if the London club are relegated.

Should QPR drop out of the Premier League this season, Remy will be allowed to leave on a free transfer, it has been claimed in France.


The former Nice star now looks poised to join Harry Redknapp’s men, pocketing a lucrative pay day in the process and free of the worries of potentially playing in the Championship next season.

Redknapp will of course hope that Remy can help fire QPR to safety though, avoiding his free departure in the process.

QPR are also confident of signing another French talent in the form of Rennes midfielder Yann M’Vila.

Should QPR bag both Remy and M’Vila, it will provide the side with a real talent boost at their most critical point in the campaign.

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