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Loic Remy

27-Year-Old Forward     Queens Park Rangers  Premier


Birthdate:  January 2, 1987    Birthplace:  Rillieux-la-Pape, France    Nationality:  France    Height:  6' 1"    Weight:  176 lbs    

July 27, 2014    Loic Remy News

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Remy, who was on the verge of an 8.5 million move from Queen Park Rangers to Liverpool, has failed his medical and the transfer has been canceled, the Liverpool Echo reports.

Remy remains a QPR player despite all attempts to move the 27-year-old striker. After a breakout season on loan at Newcastle, a move to Anfield could have seen Remy's fantasy value climb even higher as a part of Liverpool's high-octane offense. Based on his current location at Loftus Road, Remy should be viewed as an upper-tier fantasy striker, but just a cut below the top tier.

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July 23, 2014

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Remy completed a medical with Liverpool in Boston on Tuesday, and is now waiting to finalize his transfer from Queens Park Rangers, according to Daily Mail.

Reports said there were no problems with Remy's medical and that with personal terms already agreed the transfer could be completed within the next day. He will become Liverpool's fifth signing of the summer.

July 21, 2014

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Remy is heading to Boston to link up with Liverpool and undergo a medical ahead of finalizing his transfer to the club, reports the Daily Mail.

Liverpool and Queens Park Rangers agreed to a fee over the weekend, and the forward has reportedly already agreed to personal terms of the transfer. The medical exam will be the last step before his unveiling as a Liverpool player.

July 19, 2014

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Liverpool have agreed to pay QPR an 8 million fee for Remy's transfer, the Liverpool Echo reports.

Remy, who scored 14 goals in 26 appearances while on loan at Newcastle last season, could be a force up front for Liverpool alongside Daniel Sturridge. There were a few striker options that the Reds were looking at to replace the lost production by Luis Saurez, and Remy was probably the best available at less than 10 million.

May 23, 2014

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Remy had talks with both Liverpool and Arsenal about a potential transfer this summer after spending last season on loan with Newcastle, reports the Daily Mail.

Remy's current contract runs until 2017 with QPR. He scored 14 goals and took 65 shots last term, and interest in his services has grown as a result of his strong performance.

May 3, 2014

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Remy picked up an assist and a goal in Newcastle's 3-0 victory over Cardiff City on Saturday.

Remy had an excellent game and added to his impressive season with Newcastle. The French striker has tallied 14 goals and three assists in 24 appearances this season.

April 30, 2014

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Bayern Munich has reportedly joined the hunt for Remy this summer along with Arsenal, Tottenham, and Everton, according to the Daily Mail.

Remy is currently on a one-year loan with Newcastle, and could leave home club Queens Park Rangers regardless of whether they earn promotion. The striker will now need to balance playing opportunity with money as he seeks his new club.

April 19, 2014

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Remy returned from a calf issue to come on as a first-half injury replacement Saturday against Swansea. He entered the match in the 40th minute for Luuk de Jong, who left with an ankle injury, and took two shots, although neither landed on goal.

Remy missed more than a month with his calf injury, but his return is a huge boost for a Newcastle side that is absolutely desperate for goals. Unfortunately, he wasn't able to find the back of the net Saturday, and it will likely be tougher next week against Arsenal at the Emirates.