Loic Remy has held preliminary talks with both Arsenal and Liverpool over a potential summer move, reports the Evening Standard.
The French international is currently gearing up for a World Cup campaign with Les Bleus but his future with Queens Park Rangers remains in some doubt.
Regardless of whether Harry Redknapp and the Hoops win promotion back to the Premier League, it looks very much like Remy will leave west London.
And that expected move has seemingly moved a significant step closer after sources close to the player claimed he has already held talks with the Gunners and Liverpool.
Arsenal have long been linked with a move for th 27-year-old and Arsene Wenger is understandably keen to reinforce his forward line as a matter of urgency this summer.
Olivier Giroud was relied upon time and again at the Emirates Stadium this summer after Wenger failed to land a striker last summer.
Giroud did well and will also travel with France to the World Cup but Arsenal will need more options in attack if they want to challenge for the Premier League title.
Liverpool are obviously not short of talent up front. Daniel Sturridge and Luis Suarez almost single handedly fired their team to second place in the Premier League.
However, Brendan Rodgers knows one injury to either of the pair will leave Liverpool with few other options and the manager is keen to rectify the situation this summer.
Remy was, of course, spotted at Arsenal's Emirates Stadium watching their win over West Brom. Wenger later claimed not to have invited the Frenchman, but speculation over a move to Arsenal intensified nevertheless.