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Tottenham set to beat Arsenal to Loic Remy

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Tottenham look set to beat Arsenal in the race to sign French forward Loic Remy, according to reports in France.

The QPR man has spent this season on loan at Newcastle, where he's hit 14 goals in 26 Premier League appearances.

Both Tottenham and Arsenal have been linked with the 27-year-old for some time, but now it appears as though Spurs have got the upper hand on their rivals.

The Metro, citing reports in France, claim that it is Tottenham who have the upper hand, and say talks over a move to White Hart Lane are 'well advanced'.

The news comes as a boost for Spurs after it appeared that Remy could well make the move to Arsenal.

He was spotted in the stands during the Gunners' 1-0 win against West Brom - although Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger insisted that he didn't invite the striker to the game, which his side won thanks to a goal from Olivier Giroud.

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