Forward will definitely be leaving the relegated club this summer.
Both Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool are keen to sign coveted Queens Park Rangers front man Loic Remy at the end of the season after learning of the size of the player’s release clause in his contract at Lofus Road, reports Goal.com.
The deadly France international only arrived in west London from Ligue 1 giants Marseille during the recent January transfer market for what was a then club-record fee of £8 million.
However, with QPR having just been relegated to the Championship following their goalless draw at Reading in the Premier League on Sunday, it is now a certainty that the 26-year-old will depart the club as opposed to playing in the lower divisions of English football.
And with an escape clause in the forward’s contract of just £5m, both Tottenham and Liverpool are believed to be desperate to sign Remy, who has hit five goals in only 11 top-flight appearances for the struggling club this year, when the transfer window reopens for business on 1 June.