Friday, 18 January 2013

Will Remy regret his move to QPR? Guardiola's German move gives English managers relief:

Earlier on this week, French striker Loic Remy finally moved to "the big league" the EPL on a four-year contract deal for a club record £8million pounds. 

TO QPR. Yes, you saw correctly... QPR. 

Shock of the window: QPR have completed the signing of striker Loic Remy out of the grasp of Newcastle.
Not about the money: Remy answers questions in his first press conference as a QPR player.

There was so much speculation and rumours that he had virtually signed for Newcastle up until Tuesday... and he has decided to join 20th placed QPR in an effort to save them from relegation.

If I was him, I would have gone to Newcastle even though QPR offered more money per week. 

Newcastle are in need of a good striker, and Remy fit the bill. He denies that he came to QPR for money, but if he didn't then why did he not just go to Newcastle? 

QPR are at the bottom of the table, and struggling. Newcastle can actually help him to reach his full potential.

If there is not a relegation clause in his contract... I am sorry but it looks as though he has just ruined his career with that transfer. 

No disrespect to QPR intended here obviously, but Newcastle have more quality and have less chance of getting relegated this season. Who knows, he might just save them..?

Relegtion savior: Remy has been brought in by Harry Redknapp to save QPR's season.

Chelsea and Manchester City have both been dealt a blow in their target for the "best manager in the world", with target and former Barcelona manager Pep Guardiola accepting a deal earlier this week which will see him move to German side Bayern Munich in the summer.