Les Bleus striker is a man in demand this summer.
Serie A duo Napoli and Inter Milan have both joined the race to sign Arsenal target Loic Remy at the end of the season, according to talkSPORT.
The highly-rated QPR striker only arrived at Loftus Road in the recent January transfer window for what was a then club-record fee of £8 million.
And, in the intervening period the 26-year-old has proved to be a success in the Premier League, and this despite Harry Redknapp’s side struggling badly for form in front of goal since the turn of the year.
However, Remy still managed to hit the back of the net on five occasions in just 12 top-flight contests to date as the west London club were relegated to the Championship, and it is that eye for goal which has attracted the attentions of a number of big-name clubs across the Continent.
Both Liverpool and the Gunners are also understood to be keen on signing France internatuional Remy, who has a reported release clause in his contract of just £5m, although just which club the attacker will opt for this summer is still very much open to debate.