Newcastle United could be set to make a fresh move for Loic Remy. The QPR striker seen a move to Liverpool fall through at the final stages last week, with a failed medical being blamed for the breakdown. Now, the Frenchman is running out of options and is in a rather embarrassing situation. As it stands, Remy is a QPR player and will be available for selection at the start of the Premier League season next month. However, the player clearly wants to move to a new club but there appears to be no takers for the part-time France international. Both Arsenal and Liverpool are now out of the equation, leaving Newcastle as the only realistic destination if Remy is to switch before the season starts. Newcastle manager Alan Pardew is keen to sign another striker for his squad and Remy – who scored 14 goals for the Magpies last season – could be a strong candidate. The transfer fee could be a sticking point though, with rumours of a £15m fee for any club not competing in the Champions League being talked about. Alan Pardew will certainly still be interested in Remy but any deal will be dependent on the player’s willingness to move to a club outside of the top four.