Alan Pardew unsure if Loic Remy will stay at Newcastle United

Pardew unsure of Remy future
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Alan Pardew says that it is unclear whether Loic Remy will be able to join Newcastle United from Queens Park Rangers on a permanent basis.

Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has claimed that there has been no decision regarding the future of on-loan striker Loic Remy.

The Magpies are said to be keen on securing Remy's signature on a permanent basis following his summer loan move from Harry Redknapp's Queens Park Rangers.

"He is a player on our books and we are pleased to have him, but at the moment he is a QPR player," London 24 quotes Pardew as saying.

"It was interesting to read Harry Redknapp's comments that he probably won't be going back, but we will have to see."

Remy netted twice in Newcastle's 2-1 win over Cardiff City on Saturday.

Newcastle United's Loic Remy is unveiled to fans at St James' Park before a friendly match against Braga on August 10, 2013
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