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French keeper could quit the club if they fail to reach Champions League

Loic Remy is unveiled as a QPR player

'The finance doesn't come into it': Loic Remy denies decision to join QPR was based on money

French striker had offer from Newcastle on the table

QPR have agreed a fee of £8m with Marseilles for Loic Remy

Alan Shearer 'surprised' by Loic Remy's decision to join QPR over Newcastle

Former Magpies number 9 expects money played a part

Loic Remy

Loic Remy undecided over whether to join QPR or Newcastle

Other clubs may be interested in signing France international

Siem de Jong

Transfer Talk: Siem de Jong to Newcastle; Peter Odemwingie to QPR; Mohamed Diame to Arsenal

The Independent's Martin Hardy analyses today's January transfer window stories and separates the reality from the rumour

Philippe Coutinho

Transfer Talk: James McCarthy to Everton; Wilfried Zaha to Manchester United; Philippe Coutinho to Aston Villa

The Independent's Martin Hardy analyses today's January transfer window stories and separates the reality from the rumour

Nelsen: First-team regular for QPR

Ryan Nelsen seeks QPR exit after accepting Toronto FC manager job

Defender wanted to make swtch

Ryan Nelson

Ryan Nelson quits QPR to become manager of Toronto FC

The 35-year-old has been one of the west Londoners' few shining lights

Kieron Dyer in action for QPR at White Hart Lane on Sunday

QPR release injury plagued Kieron Dyer

Midfielder joined in 2011 having been released by West Ham

QPR midfielder Kieron Dyer

Kieron Dyer's outlook bleak despite equaliser against West Brom

QPR midfielder to miss cut for 25-man squad

QPR jump ahead of Newcastle in the race for £10m Loïc Rémy

Queen's Park Rangers last night emerged as the frontrunners to sign the Marseille forward Loïc Rémy.

Granero: Win over Chelsea proves that new players care

The Queen's Park Rangers midfielder Esteban Granero has said that commitment to the club's cause from their new acquisitions, which was called into question by the defender Clint Hill, is no longer in doubt following their remarkable victory over Chelsea at Stamford Bridge on Wednesday.

Esteban Granero starred in QPR’s win over Chelsea

Esteban Granero: Win over Chelsea proves new QPR players care

Relegation strugglers stunned the European champions

Andre Villas-Boas`

What Andre Villas-Boas must do to avoid the slide that derailed Harry Redknapp's Tottenham

Rotation, transfers, tactics and nerve can ensure Spurs retain their momentum

Joe Cole

West Ham rushing Joe Cole transfer to have him available for Manchester United

Liverpool midfielder undergoing medical today and could feature in Saturday's FA Cup tie with deal "65 per cent done"

Wright-Phillips stuns his old club to help Redknapp revolution gather momentum

When Shaun Wright-Phillips joined Chelsea more than seven years ago he was one of the great emerging talents of English football who has, since those days, simply lost his way. Last night, he came in from the cold in spectacular fashion.

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