Loic Remy was among the crowd at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday – fuelling speculation of a move to Arsenal. The Newcastle loanee – who scored his 14th of the season during United’s 3-0 win over Cardiff on Saturday – is set to quit Queens Park Rangers this summer and, despite interest from the Magpies, he does not favour a return to Tyneside. Arsenal have been mooted as one potential suitor and Remy was there to see the 1-0 victory over West Brom. The 27-year-old will be hoping to win a place in the France World Cup squad but his future could well be sorted before the finals kick off in Brazil next month. Arsene Wenger is in the market for a new striker with his side’s lack of firepower one of the key reasons their title challenge faltered towards the end of the season. The Arsenal boss is thought to be an admirer of his countryman but was giving nothing away after the game. 'I have just been informed Loic Remy was here. I honestly did not know,' he said, 'I hope he paid for his ticket.' Meanwhile, Remy - who is known to enjoy London life - recently stated his desire to move to a bigger club.
Loic Remy watches Arsenal victory over West Brom to fuel speculation of a move to the Emirates
Daily Mail | May 5