Prior to his transfer from Marseille to QPR in January 2013, Loic Remy was widely tipped for a move to White Hart Lane but as with the vast majority of striker links into the club, this one failed to materialise.
However, just a few short months later and the Frenchman has been proving his value in the Premier League and while Harry Redknapp has said it will be difficult to offload some of Rangers’ flops, it’s clear that Remy is too good a player to be languishing in the second tier of English football next season.
Harry has also said that he considers it will be difficult to keep his striker in the squad.
“I would have thought it would be hard to hang on to Remy. He was someone we were chasing when I was at Spurs,” Redknapp said.
“Every goal he has scored here has been a fantastic goal. He has five goals in seven games.
“Over the season he would get you 20 goals in the Premier League. And a 20-goal-a-year man is going to be hard to hang on to.
“We have to make sure we stay up if we want to keep him. That’s the key, although I haven’t discussed it with him or the owners.”
With the trap door almost fully open, the rumours of Remy leaving Loftus Road are gathering pace but this time around Spurs don’t seem to be getting a mention. Harry’s assessment of Remy bagging 20 a season looks to be spot on so is this one player we should be getting back in the market for?