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Loic Remy has held talks with Arsenal and Liverpool over a summer move after both QPR and Newcastle admitted defeat in their bid to keep the French striker.
Remy has a contract at QPR that runs until 2017 but has already decided he won't return to the west London club - after a successful loan spell with the Magpies - even if they succeed in returning to the Premier League.
Arsenal have long been seen as a likely destination for Remy, with the player even being spotted in the crowd for the Gunners game against West Brom at the end of last season.
Arsene Wenger denied any knowledge of the striker's presence, saying: "I hope he paid for his ticket! I did not invite him."
And while the player was actually there as a guest of Bacary Sagna - who now looks set to join Manchester City on a free transfer this summer - the Gunners still remain in contention to add Remy as back up for Olivier Giroud after talks with the player.
However, Liverpool have also been granted a meeting with the 27-year-old as they look to build a squad capable of competing in both the Premier League and Champions League next season.
Whether the Frenchman opts for Liverpool or Arsenal now remains to be seen.