Loic Remy latest: QPR striker told to resolve future following collapsed move to Liverpool
Harry Redknapp has suggested the France international commit his future to the west London club
Loic Remy has been told by Harry Redknapp to decide if he is staying at QPR or will be finding a new club this summer.
The France international has been expected to leave the Loftus Road club this summer with both Arsenal and Liverpool seriously linked.
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Having failed to agree terms with the Gunners, Remy appeared destined for Liverpool but with the deal on the verge of going through the Anfield club pulled the plug amid concerns over his medical.
That has left the 27-year-old in limbo, a situation Redknapp wants to see resolved.
"We need to know whether he's going to stay or not, because we can't be losing him on transfer deadline day or something and then not have a striker," said the QPR manager.
"If he's going to stay we need that commitment now and we need to get him going, get him fit and get him playing."
Remy has been linked with moves to Tottenham, Southampton and the side he spent last season on loan with, Newcastle. With a buy-out clause in his contract of £8.5m, there are likely to be more offers unless Remy commits to the west London club.
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