Newcastle striker Loic Remy

Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp is unsure over whether Newcastle United will be available to buy striker Loic Remy in the summer, as reported by Sky Sports.

Remy has hit form for the Toon in recent games and is now the main man for Alan Pardew at St James’ Park and United are hoping to sign the Frenchman permanently when his loan spell ends next summer.

However with QPR impressing in the Championship this season, the West London club could well be back in the Premier League next season leaving Remy with a dilemma.

If there is a clause in the current loan agreement with Newcastle where they can purchase the 26 year old then Rangers may have no option but Redknapp is unaware of that.

“I don’t know what the deal is. I don’t know what the chairman Tony Fernandes or (chief executive) Philip Beard have agreed,” Redknapp said.

“I don’t know whether there’s a fee agreed or not.

“He’s certainly playing well for them. I said last season that he’s a 10 to 15-goal a season man.”