Neither north London club are interested in Championship striker.
Queens Park Rangers are finding it hard to offload front man Loic Remy this summer, according to reports in the London Evening Standard.
The France international has only been at Loftus Road since the turn of the year, with the 26-year-old having been brought to west London from Ligue 1 giants Olympique de Marseille on a four-and-a-half-year contract for a club-record fee of £8 million in the January transfer window.
However, despite finding the back of the net on six occasions in his 14 Premier League contests for Harry Redknapp’s strugglers, his goals were still not enough to prevent the team from being relegated to the Championship in May.
And now QPR are discovering that no top-flight clubs are interested in taking on Remy’s prohibitive £75,000 per week contract, despite the striker’s actual release clause in his deal only being valued at £6.8m, with Newcastle United, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur all understood to have turned down the opportunity to sign the Frenchman this summer.