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Newcastle United Continue Interest In Striker Loic Remy: Daily Soccer Report

loic remy Newcastle United Continue Interest In Striker Loic Remy: Daily Soccer Report

Now that Newcastle United have pulled out of negotiations after their £7million bid for Bafetimbi Gomis was rejected by Lyon, the Tyneside club have turned their attention back to Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy as a possible summer loan signing.

According to the Newcastle Chronicle, a loan deal could be finalized as early as this week.

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One Response to Newcastle United Continue Interest In Striker Loic Remy: Daily Soccer Report

  1. TJ says:

    If Bale is eventually sold, it will be because Real Madrid have offered a ridiculous compensation package. It won’t be because Marca (and the rest of the media which have spun their stories of Bale being “distraught” and “wanting out” by citing Marca’s made-up story) has shaken Levy or Lewis or Baldini. COYS!

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