Ever since the opening of the January transfer window, Chelsea forward Loic Remy has been linked with a move from Stamford Bridge with a good number of clubs such as Swansea City, his former club – Newcastle and Crystal Palace, all showing interest in signing the forward.
Remy has struggled to break into the first team at Stamford Bridge, and he is reportedly interested in a switch and could move as interim manager Guus Hiddink makes decisions about his playing.
According to our sources, Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins has reportedly targeted the 29-year-old to strengthen their squad.
Crystal Palace manager Alan Pardew is said to be looking for a high profile forward and may attempt to sign Loic Remy if he is touted on the market.
Besides, it is reported that Remy has told friends that he enjoyed his career with Newcastle, where he had highly successful spell, and may consider a move to St. James’ Park.
Meanwhile, Leicester have reportedly made moved ahead and formalized their interest in Remy with a £7.5 million bid, according to reports from France.
It is speculated that the Foxes are looking to bringing further striker cover to cement their bid for the Premier League title, and to find potential replacements for their top strikers who have been linked with a move to other clubs.
Remy is also considering to leave Chelsea this month after the impending arrival of Alexandre Pato and because of more fears of slipping behind Diego Costa in the pecking order after the Spaniard’s recent series of spectacular goal scoring performance.
Chelsea are reportedly not willing to sell any of their top players because of fears that they may fail to get proper replacements during this transfer window.