Newcastle United set aside funds to sign Remy

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On-loan QPR striker Loic Remy has made an impressive start to life at Newcastle United, scoring 10 Premier League goals so far - and Alan Pardew has stated that the Magpies have finances at the ready to sign the French striker on a permanent deal.

Having recently signed for QPR, Remy is under an expensive contract at Loftus Road which could prove difficult for Pardew and Remy to agree terms, especially given the striker's impressive form so far this season.

Harry Redknapp might also be unwilling to let Remy leave the club for good following a lack of goals from his side in the Championship of late, which could prove difficult if they manage to gain promotion to the top flight next season.

According to Hartlepool Mail, Pardew spoke on Absolute Radio, stating: "We feel we can sign him - we have the finances to do that."

Speaking about his technique, the Newcastle boss was quoted as saying: "I think he has great technical ability, and he's going to have a great career in the Premier League - and hopefully with us."

However, the Newcastle boss seemed wary over the deal, suggesting that it would be at the end of the season before any permanent deal could be done.

It would be no surprise if Remy attracted attention from the big clubs in the Premier League, however, if his form continued this season.

The Newcastle faithful would be devastated if Remy was snapped up by one of the top clubs before they could seal a deal with QPR that saw their French sensation move to St. James' Park for good.

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