After scoring arguably one of the contenders for the Goal of the Season award against Wigan Athletic last weekend, many eyebrows were raised over QPR striker Loic Remy.
After lots of drama over his January transfer from Marseille, QPR boss Harry Redknapp helped seal the France international's move to Loftus Road.
Many thought that Redknapp was investing money on him which was needless considering their financial spending at the start of the season, but he has shown his ability in recent weeks.
When Remy arrived at Loftus Road, he did not fill the fans with hope of the move being long term, when in his first press conference, he talked about how he would sit down with his agent and the board and discuss his future at the end of the season.
The reality is that Remy is too good to be playing the likes of Doncaster every weekend; why would he want to play with QPR in the Championship when clubs of a much higher pedigree are interested in his services?
If QPR do pull off a miracle and somehow avoid the drop, Remy’s future lies at Loftus Road, but that still is questionable given his impressive recent form.
Maybe I am being too harsh. Remy has indeed scored some vital goals so far this season which have kept QPR’s survival hopes just about alive. He has worked his socks off every weekend and whether playing for the team or for himself, you can not argue with a return of a goal every one-and-a-half games.
So where will he go?
His recent form has drummed up some significant interest and Inter Milan, Arsenal and Newcastle United are some options that Remy could have at the end of the season.
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