Loic Remy and Adel Taarabt look set to return to the Premier League as Newcastle have agreed a season long loan for the QPR forward, while Moroccan international Taarabt is set for a medial with Fulham ahead of a loan move, according to BBC Sport.
Remy was linked with a move to St James' Park back in January, but choose QPR instead where he made an £8million move. Taraabt meanwhile joined QPR from Tottenham Hotspur back in 2010 after a successful season-long loan spell with the west London club.
Taarabt wants to return to the Premier League and doesn't warm to the idea of spending any time in the Championship with QPR, but has given them the chance to regain their Premier League status by agreeing to only go on loan to rivals Fulham.
Remy managed to score six goals for QPR last season, but his goals were not enough to help save the team from relegation to the Championship. Remy had a great start to his QPR career scoring on his debut against West Ham, but injuries hampered his season.
Taarabt has made 150 appearances for QPR since initially joining on loan from Spurs back in 2009 and claimed Championship player of the year back in 2010/2011 where he helped QPR gain promotion to the Premier League.
He played 31 times in the Premier League last season, scoring five goals from midfield, but this didn't stop the Hoops getting relegated with a 20th place finish in the top-flight.
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