The French striker has sliding clauses in his contract with QPR.
French striker Loic Remy’s plans of leaving QPR for a big English side may be hampered by the complicated release clauses in his contract that have recently come to light, reports the Daily Mirror.
Earlier reports had suggested that Remy had an £8.5 million release clause in his contract with QPR, but it so turns out that the clause is only for Champions League sides.
Apparently, fifth and sixth placed English sides now have to shell out £11.5 million for his services while other sides will have to pay up as much as £15 million to land the former Marseille man.
Arsenal and Liverpool were earlier reportedly interested in an £8.5 million deal for Remy, but their interest is believed to have petered down owing to the 27-year old’s wage demands.
With the sliding release clause now coming to light, QPR will be increasingly confident of keeping their star striker as he would be a more expensive purchase for his other suitors like Tottenham and Newcastle United.
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