Frenchman is set to leave Loftus Road this summer.
Tottenham Hotspur are set to step up their interest in prolific Queens Park Rangers front man Loic Remy at the end of the season, according to reports in the Mail on Sunday.
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The France international is currently spending a hugely successful season-long loan spell at Newcastle United, however, that is due to come to an end at the climax to this campaign, when the striker will then be expected to return to his parent club at Loftus Road.
However, with the west London club known to be desperate to cut costs by removing all their high earners off their wage bill this summer, Remy is expected to be the first big-name player that the Hoops offload when the transfer window reopens at the start of July.
And the north Londoners are now set to join arch-rivals Arsenal in the race to lure the player across the capital now that chief scout Ian Broomfield has left his role at QPR and moved back to White Hart Lane.
Broomfield has long been a huge fan of the 27-year-old’s and will push Spurs chairman Daniel Levy to sign the Frenchman as a replacement for misfiring forward Roberto Soldado.