White Hart Lane club set to pounce should Redknapp’s side be relegated.
Tottenham are leading a host of clubs waiting to swoop for QPR’s Loic Remy according to The Guardian.
The striker reportedly has an £8 million fee release clause in his contract and Spurs are ready to pounce should QPR go down to the Championship.
QPR signed Remy from Marseille in January and while he has impressed, he has not been able to steer the club away from the relegation zone.
The club remain second from bottom in the Premier League basement and need to overcome a seven point deficit with just six games left to play.
QPR boss Harry Redknapp knows he will lose a number of his more high profile stars should the team go down and Remy is set to be one of the first using the Loftus Road exit door.
Tottenham are known to be in the market for a striker this summer. Spurs boss Andre Vilas-Boas is keen to avoid a repeat of this season which saw the club play out the season with just two recognised strikers.
Emmanuel Adebayor in particular has failed to find form and Spurs are desperate to bring in a regular goalscorer amongst their ranks.
Tottenham are likely to face competition for Remy though with Arsenal also thought to be ready to make a bid.