Old Trafford side join race to sign loaned out QPR forward.
Man United are ready to join the race to sign French international Loic Remy according to Football Direct News.
David Moyes is said to be ready to trigger Remy’s £8m release clause and is therefore likely to challenge Newcastle United and Arsenal for to sign the 26 year old.
Remy is currently contracted to QPR but has proven a massive success at St James’ Park this term, netting 13 Premier League goals during his season long loan spell in the north-east.
There is growing speculation that Robin Van Persie may leave Man United this summer and Mexican bit-part player Javier Hernandez must be tired of warming the bench.
Wayne Rooney has proven very effective in a withdrawn striker role and England man Danny Welbeck has been prolific when called upon by Moyes.
Remy’s form this term should lead to a spot in Didier Deschamps 2014 World Cup finals squad, which in turn may well lead to a growing interest in his services.
The former Marseille man will have no shortage of offers once his temporary spell at Newcastle United comes to a close.
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