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Liverpool To Sign Loic Remy From QPR In £8.5million Deal

loic remy newcastle Liverpool To Sign Loic Remy From QPR In £8.5million Deal

Liverpool Football Club will shortly announce the signing of striker Loic Remy from Queens Park Rangers. The two clubs have agreed on a fee, which is reported to be worth £8.5m ($14.5m).

The France international spent last season on loan at Newcastle and scored 14 goals in 26 Premier League appearances. Remy was part of the France squad that reached the quarter-finals of this summer’s World Cup in Brazil, making two appearances as a substitute.

All that is left for the deal to be finalized is for Remy to agree personal terms and pass a medical at Liverpool.

The announcement of Remy’s arrival will coincide with the departure of striker Fabio Borini, after the Anfield club accepted a £14m ($23.9m) offer for the Italian forward from Sunderland.

The signing of the 27-year-old striker from Queens Park Rangers will be Brendan Rodgers fifth of the summer. Adam Lallana and Rickie Lambert were brought in from Southampton; as well as Emre Can (Bayer Leverkusen) and Lazar Markovic (Benfica).

Remy gives Liverpool yet another scoring option up front following the departure of Luis Suarez to Barcelona.

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Although a college basketball coach for sixteen years on the NCAA Division I and II levels, Peter has been an avid football fan for more than half his life. He considers himself a student of coaching and team management. As well as coaching, Peter has spent time working in Sports Information at various colleges and universities. His articles on European football have been picked up by International Business Times UK and USA Today. Twitter: @CoachPeteQuinn
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