Many speculation gained fuel in the past few weeks when the French striker Loic Remy who is on loan to Newcastle United from Queens Park Rangers was found sitting in the crowd at the Emirates in the final home game of the season for The Gunners.
Although Arsene Wenger instantly denied that he invited Remy to watch the game but there’s no doubt that the French manager is an admirer of him especially after singing his praises for a couple of times.
Reports are now suggesting that Remy has called for a meeting with QPR owner Tony Fernandes and his agent for permission to speak to a new club with Arsenal touted as his preferred destination.
Indeed, Arsenal have been keeping tabs on Remy since his days in France with Lens and Maresille but the Gunners failed to secure his services last summer when QPR were ready to offload the striker on any loan deal.
Even though the striker did his best to stir up some speculations regarding his move to Arsenal but he has made it clear that he will decide his future after the World Cup commences. It will be interesting to see how Arsene Wenger takes advantage of this situation in the future.