QPR’s Loic Remy will be available for the clash with Liverpool at Anfield on Sunday the club have confirmed.
Rangers boss Harry Redknapp refused to discuss the matter at Friday’s press conference, but a club spokesman announced that Remy will be considered for the final match of the season on Sunday.
“With regard to Loic Remy, the club can confirm he’s training today (Friday) and will be available for selection against Liverpool, but the manager can’t take any questions on him,” the spokesman said.
Shaun Wright-Phillips (ankle) and DJ Campbell (metatarsal fracture) are not expected to play again this season and Andrew Johnson (knee) will not feature.
Redknapp could opt to make several changes to give some of his young or fringe players a chance in the final game of the season before planning for the Championship.
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