Last Updated: Tue, 29 Jul 2014 08:53
Newcastle may come back in for Loic Remy after Liverpool pulled out of a deal for the QPR striker.
The Reds had agreed terms with the France international after having an £8.5million offer accepted by QPR but they pulled out of the move reportedly because of a problem with his medical, although that has not been confirmed.
They are adamant that they will not be revisiting the deal which leaves the door open for Newcastle to make a move for the striker who enjoyed a loan at St James' Park last season.
Whilst Harry Redknapp says he is delighted to have a top-class striker like Remy back in his squad it could be short-lived as Newcastle are pondering a move for the 27-year-old.
The Magpies had considered a bid to re-sign Andy Carroll from West Ham but an injury to the former Liverpool man ruled out a move.
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