Queen’s park Rangers Loic Remy has reportedly left Tottenham Hotspur waiting to sign a deal after expressing a desire to keep his options open.
Despite Tottenham hoping they have already agreed to sign the striker, the 27-year old is hoping Arsenal will show an interest, according to Goal.com.
This will in turn no doubt upset the White Hart Lane club who would have been pleased they had secured a deal with the striker for a reasonable price of £9million as a result of a release clause in his contract.
Whoever is lucky enough to bag the striker will be counting their lucky stars as he has managed to rack up a record of scoring exactly once in every two games since arriving at the Premier League.
This is a spectacular performance from the French international that has managed 20 goals in 40 appearances, which has attracted the attention of both of the North-London clubs.
Speculation arose following the striker's attendance at one of Arsenal's home games last season, but as things stand no deals have been confirmed.
The player has confirmed however that he is not going to agree to a deal until after the World Cup which in that case lets the rumour continue to see which Premiere League club will be lucky enough to nab the goal scorer.
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