Striker Loic Remy will be leaving Newcastle United at the end of the season once his loan deal expires, according to reports in France. Remy joined Newcastle on a season-long loan deal from Queens Park Rangers after the London side was relegated to the Championship. The striker has been a massive hit at Newcastle, scoring 14 goals in 26 appearances, which has attracted the interest of a number of other clubs in Remy’s services. Remy still has another three years remaining on his deal at Loftus Road, but it appears very unlikely that the 27-year-old will still be a QPR player come the start of next season. The striker has been linked with sides such as Chelsea and Arsenal, having been seen at the Emirates Stadium recently watching the Gunners’ 1-0 win against West Brom last Sunday, but it is Tottenham who are believed to be frontrunners for the Frenchman’s signature. Newcastle have also harboured hopes of keeping Remy on a permanent deal, however, according to France Football, St James’ Park will definitely not be the striker’s destination this summer.