QPR are still awaiting an official bid for on loan striker Loic Remy, according to Sky Sports.
The in form Frenchman has scored 10 goals in just 18 games since joining Newcastle on loan and today QPR manager Harry Redknapp has revealed that there has not been an official bid to sign him so far.
The former Tottenham boss went on to suggest that if an offer did come in, it would have to be substantial amount for the Loftus Road club to consider a sale.
Redknapp said: "I don’t know what the deal is. You’d think they’d want to snap him up, wouldn’t you? If they don’t then someone else will….For what we got him for, he’s probably worth double that now. He’s scored goals in the Premier League again this year.”
Remy joined QPR almost a year ago in an attempt to salvage the struggling R’s season after rejecting an offer from Newcastle.
But the Frenchman ended up heading for the Championship with them and was swiftly loaned out to Newcastle, who where expected to buy the player outright once the window opened. As of yet however, no negotiations have taken place.
Remy joined under the understanding it would help secure him a big move to one of the larger Premier League teams and his performance so far has merited the attention of some teams, entering double figures in the 18 games he’s played so far.
QPR Chairman Tony Fernandes however remains optimistic they can keep Remy and utilise him in the Premier League themselves, should they secure an automatic return to England's elite division this year.
For now though Remy remains a QPR player and is set to start Newcastle's game this weekend against Manchester City.
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