Redknapp unsure over Remy deal

Last Updated: Fri, 18 Oct 2013 11:49

QPR boss Harry Redknapp has admitted he is in the dark over any permanent deal agreed between his club and Newcastle for Loic Remy.

The France striker is on a season-long loan at St James' Park and has has made a great start to the campaign, scoring five goals for Alan Pardew's side so far.

Redknapp recently suggested he would be happy for the 26-year-old to stay in the North East on a permanent basis, but he says he is unclear whether that is likely to happen.

He said: "I don't know what the deal is. I don't know what the chairman Tony Fernandes or [chief executive] Philip Beard have agreed.

"I don't know whether there's a fee agreed or not. He's certainly playing well for them. I said last season that he's a 10 to 15-goal a season man."

Earlier reports claimed Newcastle have agreed a deal to sign Remy in January but he will cost £8million.

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