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Liverpool are now in prime position to sign QPR's Loic Remy after Tottenham reportedly followed Arsenal in pulling out of contention.
Remy was said to be wanted by the Premier League trio ahead of the coming season, but Arsenal reportedly dropped their interest yesterday after refusing to match Remy's wage demands.
And now Spurs are believed to have ruled themselves out of the running, according to the Mirror.
The news is likely to suit the 27-year-old who wants to play Champions League football next season and is now just waiting for Liverpool to trigger his £8m release clause.
Remy impressed in the Premier League while on loan at Newcastle last season, scoring 14 goals for the Magpies before going to the World Cup with France.
The striker was spotted watching Arsenal at the Emirates towards the end of last term, prompting speculation over a move to north London.
However Liverpool have recently emerged as prime candidates for his signature after Swansea refused to entertain the possibility of selling Wilfried Bony to the Reds.
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