QPR bought Remy for £8 million in the January transfer window.
QPR manager Harry Redknapp has warned Newcastle that they will have to pay £2 million to take striker Loic Remy on loan this summer, Sky Sports reports.
The Hoops signed Remy for £8 million in the January transfer window and despite the striker scoring 6 goals in 14 appearances, he couldn’t keep QPR in the Premier League.
Remy has since been heavily linked with a move away from Loftus Road, with Newcastle favourites to bring the striker to the North East on loan.
However, Redknapp has said that the Magpies will have to pay a substantial amount to be able to take the Frenchman on a temporary deal.
“We paid about £8m for him, so if someone wants to loan him for a year, we are entitled to get £2m a year for him,” said Redknapp.
“Make no mistake, he will get between 15 and 20 goals next season if he goes to a Premier League club.
“He is a top-class player, a player for any club in the Premier League in my opinion.”
QPR are hoping to trim their wage bill this summer as they prepare for life in the Championship and selling Remy would take a big chunk off of the wage bill.
Several other players could leave Loftus Road this summer but Redknapp has warned potential suitors that they won’t be sold on the cheap.