Tottenham set to battle rivals for French striker

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Tottenham look set to do battle with Newcastle and West Ham for the services of Loic Remy, according to the Express.

The French striker was purchased by QPR for £12.3million from Marseille in January, but after their relegation from the Premier League, he was allowed to join Newcastle on loan.

He has since proved to be an incredibly astute piece of business by Alan Pardew, having scored five times since the start of the season, including two which gifted his side an important win against Cardiff at the weekend.

Harry Redknapp has already stated that he would be prepared to let Remy leave in a permanent deal if the striker desires it, and the trio of Spurs, Newcastle and West Ham have all expressed subsequent interest.

Andre Villas-Boas in particular is looking to improve his attacking options in the final third, and could see the on-loan forward as the ideal purchase if he continues to prove his worth in the Premier League.

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