After controversially snubbing Newcastle United for QPR in January, Loic Remy finds at the club that he correctly should be at.
Remy had agreed a deal with Newcastle in January, but 2 days later he signed for QPR due to the higher wages that he was offered. Now his performances prove that Newcastle was and still could be the right choice.
So far this season, Remy has managed 7 goals and an assist in the Premier League. At QPR, he managed less goals with more shots, thus proving that at Newcastle he is playing much better and efficient football.
So, here are three reasons on why Remy should stay at Newcastle United.
1.) Long-Term Stability
At Newcastle he will be welcomed as if it were his home, should he decide to make his loan move permanent. The club will certainly provide him with a stable environment and teammates that will support him in times of need, following accusations of rape back in May.
2.) He will be at a better club
QPR shelled out cash to purchase big-name players, but it came to no avail as the club were relegated to the Championship. With Newcastle, Remy will play better football with a better club, and this will all prove helpful in securing a place in the French national team with a potential spot in the World Cup squad should Les Bleus qualify.
3.) A starting spot
The likes of Papiss Cisse and others have not been up to par with Remy's eye-catching performances, and Remy has snatched the chance to impress. Now many will say that Demba Ba has been rightfully replaced.
In the coming months, Newcastle's forwards will surely regain some form, and this will allow Alan Pardew to rotate players in critical times. But with Remy seemingly in top condition, and a potential to bag plenty of goals per season, Pardew might just stick with Remy for the forseeable future. This should give the 26-year old a confidence boost and an incentive to stay with the club permanently.
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