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The Ligue 1 outfit rebuffed a bid believed to be in the region of 18.3 million pounds from the north London side for the French forward and insist he's going no where in January.

Marseille chairman Vincent Labrune has revealed the French side turned down an 'enormous' offer for striker Loic Remy from Tottenham.

The bid, which follows months of Spurs interest, is thought to be in the region of 18 million pounds, Goal.com understands.

The London side, which could see forward Roman Pavlyuchenko leave White Hart Lane on the final day of the transfer window, looks to have had its pursuit ended for the time being by Marseille’s man in charge.

The Ligue 1 outfit has already seen Lucho Gonzalez leave for Porto, while deciding not to bring in any players and insists that it will not progress with any other deals.

"In January, I have two deals to manage,” chairman Labrune told L'Equipe. “That of Lucho [Gonzalez], who wanted to leave, and that of Remy, who Tottenham wanted to sign.

“I do not think any other president in France would have refused the ​​enormous proposal the London club made."

Spurs boss Harry Redknapp has not been shy in his interest of Remy and even made a trip to France for the sole purpose of scouting the 25-year-old, but this latest development will have the former Portsmouth manager having to switch his targets as the deadline approaches.

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