QPR prepared to wait to decide on the future of Remy.
Both Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur will have to wait until after the 2014 World Cup in Brazil before discovering who will sign QPR striker Loic Remy, according to talkSPORT.
The 27-year-old is currently away at the tournament in South America with the France national team, having been included in Didier Deschamps’ 23-man squad following a fine year on-loan with Newcastle United in 2013/14.
Remy scored 14 Premier League goals for the Magpies last term and has attracted the interest of several top sides in England as a result.
Currently North London rivals Spurs and the Gunners are leading the way, with the latter thought to have the edge due to their ability to be able to offer Champions League football.
Hoops manager Harry Redknapp has admitted that the Frenchman will be sold this summer due to his eagerness to play European football once again.
Remy had been playing in the top tier of club football in Europe with previous club Olympique Marseille, before an £8m transfer to Loftus Road in January 2013.
Since then the forward has been impressing in English football and is understood to have a release clause written into his contract in West London – although how much that actually is worth differs depending on which report one reads.
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