The Super Hoops splashed the cash in January to sign the 26-year-old, as manager Harry Redknapp set about building a squad capable of Premier League safety.
In order to clinch his signature, the Londoners had to fight of interest from Newcastle, and did so by offering the Marseille man a lucrative contract, reportedly worth in the region of £75,000-per-week.
However, there are a series of clauses in his deal at Loftus Road, once of which will allow him to move on should the club be relegated.
Even if they do avoid the drop, which will be difficult, Remy is still believed to be keen to move on in, as a source told Goal:
“He was in a bad moment with Marseille and it was the right time to leave, but Loic sees QPR as a step to a bigger club,” the source said.
“It is true he is on a good contract but other teams will take notice if he continues his form.”
Some niggling injuries have limited Remy to just five league appearances, but during his fleeting displays he has managed a credible three goals.
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