Liverpool are clear to sign QPR striker Loic Remy after Arsenal ditched their interest in the player after a row over his wage demands. The Gunners were widely expected to sign Remy this summer as they look to add back-up to leading frontman Olivier Giroud. However, the Sun reports that despite an £8million fee being agreed with QPR, Arsenal have pulled out of a deal because of his £80,000-a-week wage demands.
Liverpool clear to sign Loic Remy as Arsenal pull out of transfer over wage demands
Metro | Jul 17