Arsenal may take advantage of a release clause in Loic Remy’s contract if Queens Park Rangers fail to retain their top-flight status, according to the Mirror.
Gunners boss Arsene Wenger previously considered making a move for Remy in January but ultimately decided against pursuing his interest due to concerns about the player’s fitness.
However, having watched him make an impact at Loftus Road for the relegation threatened R’s since joining from Marseille, Wenger is now ready to reconsider his position should Harry Redknapp’s men lose their battle to stay in the Premier League.
The 26-year-old has settled well into the English game, having scored four times in his seven games since his £8m switch, and a similar fee at the end of the season is likely to be enough for Wenger to get his man.
The Gunners manager is planning a busy summer of spending with a new goalkeeper and a powerful midfielder in his sights along with a rumoured £30m swoop for Fiorentina hitman Stevan Jovetic.