Remy joined Chelsea from QPR, via a loan with Newcastle, in August 2014 swapping one part of London for another and putting £10.5 million in QPR’s bank at the same time. However Remy’s time at Stamford Bridge has been blighted with not being Diego Costa and most of his 32 appearances have come off the bench.
The Frenchman has been available most of the summer with Antonio Conte bringing Michy Batshuayi in for cover up front. And now it looks like Remy will be reunited with his boss from his time at Newcastle, Alan Pardew.
The 29 year old striker’s most prolific time in the Premier League was whilst on loan at Newcastle United where he bagged 14 goals in 26 league appearances and now he looks set to reunite with Pardew with Crystal Palace.
According to The Sun the move will be a year long loan with Palace having a £12 million option to buy the player at the end of the season.
Despite signing Christian Benteke for a club record fee the Selhurst Park club still need more goals.