Forward looks like being offered an escape route from QPR this summer.
Queens Park Rangers front man Loic Remy has indicated a desire to remain in the Premier League next season, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
The red-hot France international only arrived at Loftus Road on a four-and-a-half-year-contract from Ligue 1 giants Marseille for a then club-record fee of £8 million in the recent January transfer window.
However, with the west London club’s relegation to the Championship having been confirmed following their goalless draw at Reading on Sunday, it is understood that the 26-year-old will be now be one of the first players that QPR owner Tony Fernandes looks to offload when the transfer window reopens for business on 1 June.
And QPR look like having no shortage of potential suitors for the striker, who has netted an impressive five goals in just 11 top-flight appearances for the strugglers this year, with Liverpool and Arsenal both believed to be leading the chase to sign Remy this summer.
Meanwhile, the player himself is keen to carry on his career in the Premier League next season, telling the Mirror: ““It’s great for a player like me. They play deep here and I like that. It feels like the perfect league for me.”