French international expected to move on in summer transfer window and Emirates Stadium the likely destination.
Arsenal target Loic Remy will hold final talks with his current club QPR after the World Cup, before he plots a move to a Champions League club, reports talkSPORT.
Several top clubs including Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool have been linked with Remy, but the 27-year old is said to be favouring a move to the Gunners instead this summer.
Remy netted 14 goals in 26 games whilst on loan in the Premier League at Newcastle United last term, and despite Harry Redknapp’s QPR gaining promotion back into the top division next season, Remy is all but certain to move to a bigger club.
QPR have no other choice but to wait for Remy to formally ask for an exit from Loftus Road, and given his rumoured £10 million release clause, the former Marseille man will not be a hard man to prise away either.
Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is believed to be looking at a better option in the form of Mario Balotelli, but the price tag of his compatriot may tempt him into acquiring both strikers.