Queens Park Rangers boss Harry Redknapp is unsure whether big January signing Loic Remy will be fit to face Manchester United today or not, according to The Sun.

The French striker suffered a groin tear after only one appearance for the Hoops but returned to full training this week.

Redknapp has a big decision to make whether to risk his main man or not as the league leaders Manchester United visit Loftus Road.

Remy scored on his Rangers debut away at Redknapp’s former club West Ham and the £8million man could be the difference between QPR staying up or going down.

The Hoops are now seven points away from safety and so need to pick up points and fast, but if Remy was risked today he could damage the muscle again if it is not fully healed.

Manchester United will also be without a key striker as Wayne Rooney has not travelled to London for the game.

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