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Remy holds Liverpool, Arsenal talks

Loic Remy has said he wants to play in the Champions League.
Loic Remy has said he wants to play in the Champions League.

French striker Loic Remy has held talks with Liverpool and Arsenal over a summer move, a source close to the player told Press Association Sport on Thursday.

Cross: Remy interesting for Arsenal
Ryder: Remy to Arsenal adds up

Former Marseille man Remy is contracted to Queens Park Rangers until 2017 but spent last season on loan at Newcastle, with the 27-year-old impressing during a Premier League campaign of mixed fortunes for the Magpies.

Arsenal have long been linked with Remy while Liverpool are seeking to bolster their squad ahead of a campaign in which they will face the added demands of Champions League football, having clinched second place in the Premier League during a season in which they had no European distractions.

Remy, who has been selected in France's World Cup squad, watched from the stands as Arsenal beat West Brom at the Emirates Stadium on May 4.

However, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger denied he or anyone from the club had asked him along to the game, saying at the time: "I hope he paid for his ticket! I did not invite him."

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