Serie A side to start a bidding war for QPR striker.
Italian giants Inter Milan and Napoli are set to go to war with each other over the future of QPR striker Loic Remy, according to talkSPORT.
The 26-year-old joined Rangers from French side Marseille in January for a fee of £8.5 million and has been one of the bright sparks in the club’s season that has seen him bag five goals in 12 appearances and he is set to be the subject of much speculation ahead of the summer transfer window.
He is unlikely to stay with the West London club for a stint in the championship as he’ll want to put himself in contention for France’s World Cup squad next year and he already has a steady queue of clubs wanting to snap him up.
Newcastle United have already been credited with an interest, whilst Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is a known fan, though news broke yesterday that he is at odds with his board over whether to sign the French ace.
And now it appears that Serie A sides Inter Milan and Napoli are set to join the chase and are both reported to be priming £8.5 million bids to land his services.
Remy has a relegation release clause installed in his contract for just £6 million, but the Italians are both eager to bring him on board and are willing to pay over the odds to ensure he doesn’t stay in England.