I don’t know if it will, but the transfer of Loic Remy to Arsenal could be back on. It seems as though Arsene Wenger has been linked with a move for the talented French striker forever, with some Arsenal transfer rumours claiming this summer that the Prof had finally got his man.
But apparently Wenger backed off the move because of Remy’s wage demands of around £80,000. I certainly wasn’t his transfer fee because a release clause in his contract with QPR made the 27-year old available for just £8.5 million. I think that Arsenal were hoping to persuade the France international to accept a bit less for the chance to play in the Champions League, but once Liverpool joined the chase, those hopes were gone and the media thought it was a done deal. .......Read the full article here
I must admit to being a bit baffled as to why Arsenal just stepped aside and allowed Liverpool to lead the race of Loic Remy. There was talk of his £80,000 a week wages being a problem for Arsene Wenger, but that is not a lot for a Premier League class striker these days.
The BBC, however, have reported that the Anfield club and QPR have already agreed the transfer fee of £8.5 million, which was the striker’s very affordable release clause and it looks like the move will soon be done and dusted. .......Read the full article here
There is a good chance that Arsene Wenger could end up kicking himself over this one, as Arsenal are set to see one of our long term transfer targets, Loic Remy, sign a long term contract with Premier League rivals Liverpool, according to a report in Metro.
It appears as though their manager Brendan Rodgers has no qualms about meeting the £80,000 a week wage demands of the French striker, as well as paying the release clause in his QPR contract of around £8-10 million. I still do not really understand why the Gunners baulked at this amount of money, because it is well within our pay sclae and ability to cover it. .......Read the full article here
If the latest Arsenal transfer rumours are true, then we should soon see whether Arsene Wenger is really serious about bringing Loic Remy to the club or not. The transfer move for the France international striker has been on since the end of last season, with his parent club QPR making no secret of the fact that the 27-year old has a very affordable release clause and is looking to move. .......Read the full article here
There was a bit of head scratching among the Arsenal fans last week, after we had built ourselves up to expect a possible three new signings to celebrate on the say that the new Arsenal kits by PUMA were officially unveiled. The one we got, Alexis Sanchez, was a top class piece of transfer action, but I still wondered what was stopping the Gunners from announcing Mathieu Debuchy and Loic Remy alongside the Chile international. .......Read the full article here
It seemed at the start of the week that Loic Remy would have been announced as a new Arsenal player by now, along with his team mate at Newcastle last season Mathieu Debuchy. However, only the signing of Alexis Sanchez from Barcelona has been officially confirmed by the Gunners, so what is the hold-up?
Various reports are now appearing in papers like The Mirror and Metro about the likes of Newcastle, Liverpool and our north London rivals Tottenham, making enquiries to QPR about the French striker. Surely, if Arsenal had all but completed the transfer of Remy, then these other clubs would not be wasting their time, suggesting to me that Arsene Wenger has not made up his mind to bring the 27-year old to the Emirates, at least not yet. .......Read the full article here
All Arsenal fans are expecting a bumper payout tomorrow (forever to be known as PUMA Day for the forseeable future!) as it has been confirmed that Alexis Sanchez is ready to be unveiled, plus the news that Martin Debuchy has passed his medical at the Emirates.
According to the Mirror, QPR’s prolific striker Loic Remy is expected to be the Third Man as they have reported that Arsenal are currently in talks with their neighbours to seal the deal for the French international. .......Read the full article here
Loic Remy has not exactly hidden the fact that he would like to be an Arsenal player. He came to watch the Gunners play at the Emirates stadium towards the end of last season (honestly, guv, just to watch) and has spoken about how his role model was Thierry Henry.
Add to that the fact that he says he wants to be playing in the Champions League and his QPR boss Harry Redknapp admitted that there was a fairly small release clause in his contract, and most Arsenal fans are wondering why Arsene Wenger has not already signed the French striker up. Remy may get another chance to showcase his skills for France against Nigeria today, which might just tip the balance for him. .......Read the full article here
The long wait, by the player himself anyway, for a dream transfer to Arsenal could soon be over for the QPR striker Loic Remy. There are reports in the media that the Gunners are getting closer to making an official move for the pacy and prolific front man, but there are still one or two issues to resolve apparently.
It seems that the France international has done enough during his year-and-a-half in the Premier League to convince Arsene Wenger that he has got the quality to play for Arsenal. His goals to games ratio, while playing for two struggling sides in Newcastle and QPR, is certainly impressive, while his all round game shows the skill and pace that would have been welcome for us last season. .......Read the full article here
This could turn out to be an amazing day for Arsenal, with rumours and speculation pointing Arsenal fans to believe that Arsene Wenger really is back in business as the master of transfers. It is no more than we deserve really, after the exquisite torture that we have had to suffer for many a year.
We have already brought you two great bits of news, if they turn out to be true, about the return of Cesc Fabregas from Barcelona and the arrival of Serge Aurier from Toulouse (that has got to be the worst name ever for a sports team). But we are not done yet. Third time is the charm so they say. .......Read the full article here
Now that his parent club have finished their season, Arsenal target Loic Remy should have a better idea of where he is going to be playing his football next season. And even though QPR managed to secure promotion back into the Premier League with a dramatic late winner against Derby County, his manager Harry Redknapp has admitted that there is very little he can do to hold on to the Frenchman. .......Read the full article here
Did you really believe Arsene Wenger’s claim that he knew nothing about Loic Remy watching from the Emirates stadium stands as Arsenal beat West Brom in their final Premier League home game of the season? Methinks he did protest too much.
The Gunners have been linked with the French striker for some time now, although I think that Wenger was a bit concerned that he might struggle to adapt to the rigours and physicality of the Premier League. But in half a season with parent club QPR, followed by a slightly injury disrupted year with Newcastle United, Remy has established himself as a quality BPL front man and so it seems that the Arsenal boss is now ready to sign him up. .......Read the full article here