Loic Remy open to leaving Queens Park Rangers?

Queens Park Rangers's Loic Remy celebrates after scoring his side's first goal of the game against Southampton on March 2, 2013
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Loic Remy is reportedly open to leaving Queens Park Rangers in the summer, despite signing for the club two months ago.

Queens Park Rangers striker Loic Remy is reportedly considering his future at the club just two months after moving to Loftus Road.

The France international, who signed for the Premier League struggling outfit in January for a reported £8m, is believed to have a release clause in his contract.

It is understood that the 26-year-old has it written into his contract that he can leave if QPR get relegated, but the forward may depart the club regardless, according to Goal.com.

"He was in a bad moment with Marseille and it was the right time to leave, but Loic sees QPR as a step to a bigger club," a source told the website. "It is true he is on a good contract but other teams will take notice if he continues his form."

Remy has netted three goals in five games for the West London outfit, who are at the bottom of the league table.

New QPR striker Loic Remy celebrates his debut goal at West Ham on January 19, 2013
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