Queens Park Rangers forward Loic Remy has already held talks with Liverpool and Arsenal over a possible transfer, Daily Mail reports.
Remy has three years remaining on his QPR contract but after bagging 14 goals on loan with Newcastle United, it is likely that the Frenchman will move to a bigger club.
And the Premier League duo of Liverpool and Arsenal are leading the race to sign the 27-year-old striker.
The Gunners were linked with a move for Remy in the January transfer window and now look to renew their interest as they look to bolster their squad for next year’s title challenge.
Liverpool finished a surprising second-place in the Premier League last term, but will need reinforcements with the added demands of UEFA Champions League football next season.
The former Marseille man was selected in Didier Deschamps’ France squad for the World Cup and will look to impress in the hopes of securing a more lucrative deal with potential suitors.
Remy was seen watching Arsenal’s Premier League game against West Brom at the Emirates on May 4th, but Arsene Wenger denied he had anything to do with his attendance.
“I hope he paid for his ticket! I did not invite him,” he stated.