Related

Article

Redknapp believes Remy loan deal is unlikely

2 August 2013 10:48

QPR manager Harry Redknapp does not believe that striker Loic Remy will leave the club on loan, for Newcastle or anywhere else.

The Frenchman has been linked with a temporary move to St James' Park - a switch that would see him link up with a club he rejected in order to join Redknapp at Loftus Road in January.

However, Redknapp insists that a loan deal is not on the agenda, highlighting the Championship side's desire to recoup close to the £8million they paid Marseille for him midway through last season.

Remy has a release clause following QPR's relegation from the Premier League, and the former Tottenham boss - who bolstered his forward line with the signing of Charlie Austin on Thursday - is adamant that a fee must be paid if the 26-year-old is to leave the club.

"I don’t think he (Remy) will go on loan," he told The Independent.

"I can’t see any sense in it. I don’t know why we’d pay £8million and then loan him out.

"If he was to go, someone will have to pay for him. He has a buy-out clause, and we want our money back."

Sponsored links

Monday 6 July

Sunday 5 July

22:39
22:21
21:18
21:16
20:36
19:08
18:26
17:58
17:22
17:03
16:47
16:21
15:55
15:11
14:43
14:33
14:18
12:28
12:06
11:11
10:38
09:48
08:25
06:45
06:43
06:12
06:09
05:28
04:55
04:18
04:16
04:13
03:27
03:11
01:01
00:53

Saturday 4 July

22:11
19:44
19:16
19:11
17:45
17:45
17:10
16:45
16:09
16:06
15:35
13:48
13:17
12:56
12:28
11:14
10:04
08:50
07:47
07:28
07:27
06:58
06:55
06:18
04:44
04:35
04:10
03:24
02:58
01:39

Facebook