Football Express News understands that Loic Remy’s officials are doing all they can to try and convince Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger to re-submit a bid for the French striker.
Remy, had a good season on loan with Newcaslte United last term but returned to parent club Queens Park Rangers at the season’s close.
The French striker is not keen on remaining with the London-based club but does want to stay in the English capital with either Tottenham Hotspur or Arsenal.
And, despite reports that the striker has agreed terms with Spurs in recent weeks, it is understood that his constant communication with Arsenal last season over a potential summer move is still hopeful of being completed.
Remy, attended several Arsenal games last season and it is understood that Gunners boss Arsene Wenger submitted a first bid for the former Marseille man in May, which was not acted upon due to Wenger’s interest in several other strikers across Europe.
Representatives of Remy are now in deep conversation with Arsenal about where they stand on making a second bid and moving forward with a potential move.
The 27-year-old scored 14 goals in 27 games for Newcastle United last season.