Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp insists that any club wanting to loan striker Loic Remy will have to pay £2m for his services.
Queens Park Rangers manager Harry Redknapp believes that his club are entitled to demand £2m from any club wishing to sign striker Loic Remy on loan.
Remy has been linked with a loan move to Newcastle United, but after the Loftus Road outfit paid £8m for the Frenchman in January, Redknapp has revealed his intent on recouping some of that fee.
The former Spurs boss told reporters: "We paid about £8m for him, so if someone wants to loan him for a year, we are entitled to get £2m a year for him.
"Make no mistake, he will get between 15 and 20 goals next season if he goes to a Premier League club."
The 26-year-old netted six goals in 14 Premier League appearances last season.
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