French striker could remain with Championship side.
QPR chief Phil Beard has hinted that striker Loic Remy could stay at Loftus Road according to Goal.com.
Beard, who is the club’s chief executive, has insisted that there is no guarantee that Remy will be leaving the club over the coming months.
Remy was widely expected to be one of the first players out of the door after the club were relegated from the Premier League last season.
The Frenchman put in a number of good performances following his arrival at the club during last January’s transfer window but his efforts were not enough to prevent the club from relegation to the Championship.
The likes of Arsenal, Newcastle and Tottenham were all thought to have been interested in his signature, but it appears that no clubs are willing to make a concrete offer as things currently stand.
Remy is one of the highest earners at the club but Beard has insisted he will not be sold on the cheap.
Having sold Chris Samba back to Anzhi Makhachkala, and Brazilian goalkeeper Julio Cesar thought to be close to sealing a move away from the club, the financial pressure on QPR has been relieved somewhat, giving the club a stronger hand in the transfer market.
That has allowed Beard to insist that a transfer will only be agreed if the right deal comes in for Remy.