Manchester United & Liverpool enter Loic Remy race

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Manchester United and Liverpool will be watching closely as Arsenal and Newcastle take to the field on Monday night.

The Premier League rivals are completing some final scouting missions before the season finishes and Loic Remy is set to be the subject of attention on Monday night, according to French outlet RMC.

French international, Remy, has been on loan at St James' Park this season and has thoroughly impressed under Alan Pardew, scoring 13 goals in the Premier League.

Regardless of whether Queens Park Rangers - Remy's parent club - get promoted or not, they are set to sell him in the summer with a release clause of around €12m thought to be inserted into his contract.

Arsenal are one club that have shown interest in the past few weeks with Arsene Wenger keen to add at least two strikers to his team this summer.

Not only to Arsenal need an established striker to compete with Olivier Giroud but also need a squad player to replace the departing Nicklas Bendtner.

However, Arsenal, who must stop Remy when he takes the field against them at the Emirates Stadium, do not have a clear run in their attempts to sign him.

Both Liverpool and Manchester United are believed to be watching the player closely while Tottenham also remain keen.

Brendan Rodgers is looking for back-up to Luis Suarez and Daniel Sturridge. Although the Liverpool strikers have been sensational this season, it remains a fact that the Anfield club have no proven strikers to replace them if they get injured.

Similarly, Manchester United have struggled with the fitness of their star striker Robin van Persie this season and may need  to replace him if sold this summer.

Javier Hernandez and Danny Welbeck have also been linked with an exit from Old Trafford with White Hart Lane looking the likely destination.

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