• Chelsea Striker Loic Remy Set to Leave This Summer After Injury Plagued Season

    News Sun 16 Jul 2017

    Chelsea striker Loic Remy is set to leave Chelsea this summer.

    According to Sky Sports Marseille, Southampton and Everton are the three sides interested in acquiring his services this summer.

    The Frenchman will travel to China as part of their pre-season tour this week but will be allowed to leave should they sign a new striker.

    Remy played an important role when Chelsea won the league back in 2015 but under Conte Remy was loaned to Crystal Palace where a muscular injury ruled him out for most of the 2016/2017 season.

    Remy wants to stay at Chelsea but realises that his game time would be limited and his overriding desire to play means that his future lies away from Stamford Bridge.

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    The former QPR and Newcastle forward has made a good start to pre-season scoring twice on Saturday in Chelsea’s 8-2 win over Fulham in a friendly at their Cobham training ground.

    Despite his limited number of appearances for Chelsea, the French striker does have a good record scoring 8 goals in 32 appearances. 

    The rumours of Remy’s departure from Chelsea have come after Chelsea were offered the chance to sign Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang for £70m.

    Remy has proven time and time again that he has the ability to find the back of the net consistently in the Premier League. If he can stay fit, he could be a real asset for any side.

    Source: http://www.90min.com/posts/5273245-chelsea-striker-loic-remy-set-to-leave-this-summer-after-injury-plagued-season?utm_source=RSS


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