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Arsenal & Tottenham striker target wants summer transfer switch

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Loic Remy doesn't want to move to Newcastle United on a permanent basis, according to Goal.com. 

The forward, who is on loan at the Magpies from QPR, has struck 13 Premier League goals in this campaign and now looks set for a switch in the next transfer window. And with a number of clubs interested, the forward won't be short of options in the summer. 

Reports have suggested that Premier League duo Tottenham and Arsenal both want to secure his services, however it appears that they may have to battle French money-bags Monaco for his signature. 

If reports are to be believed, Remy has no interest in heading back to St James' Park and will decided his future after the summer's World Cup. 

Both Arsenal and Tottenham may well step up their interest in the Frenchman when the market opens. The Gunners are short of options in attack, with Olivier Giroud acting as their No.1 striker. Meanwhile Spurs could also be on the lookout for a new striker after Jermain Defoe departed the club in the January market. 

For now though, Arsenal and Tottenham will be concentrating on this weekend's round of Premier League fixtures. The Gunners host title rivals Manchester City at the Emirates, meanwhile Spurs travel to high flyers Liverpool on Sunday afternoon. 

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