Wednesday, 13th August, 2014

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is still hoping that striker Loic Remy stays at the club.

The Frenchman’s proposed move to Liverpool failed to go through last month as he was unable to pass a medical with the Reds, a claim that was subsequently rubbished by Redknapp.

Remy scored 14 league goals in his loan spell at Newcastle United last term and the QPR manager is hoping that he decides to stay at the London club this summer.

He further added that the Frenchman staying at QPR will be like a new signing and lauded the striker’s attitude.

"I'm hoping Loic Remy stays", the 67-year-old wrote on his 666Bet blog.  


"It will be like a new signing if he does. His attitude has been fantastic since he has come back, so we will have no problem welcoming him back into the side.”

However, Redknapp wants Remy’s future to be sorted out as soon as possible so that he can lay out his plans for the season accordingly.

"If he is going to go, we need to know as soon as we can so we can get a replacement in."

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