The France international, who has 13 Premier League goals this year for Newcastle on loan from QPR, is keen to test himself at the highest level and has hinted at a Ligue 1 return
Loftus Road boss Harry Redknapp revealed last week that the 27-year-old was being chased by Champions League sides, with the Championship outfit resigned to losing a player with a release clause of just €12 million.
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And now Remy, who is the Magpies' top scorer this term, has confirmed his desire to leave QPR and play for a “great European club”, while also opening the door to a return to France.
“Clubs are discussing with my agent, I’m open for everything,” Remy told French radio station Telefoot on Sunday.
“I want to join a great European club, to play at the highest level. Regarding my future, everything is possible, even coming back to France.
“I’ve played for great clubs in France, like Lyon and Marseille. If I was a Brazilian? I would be Neymar.”
Remy has missed much of 2014 through injury, with Newcastle faltering in his absence, but has still managed to score 13 times in the Premier League in just 23 appearances - placing him joint-eighth in the list of the division's top scorers.