Loic Remy has given an interview for a French football magazine admitting he is unsure where he will be playing football next season. The striker is on loan at St James’ Park from parent club Queens Park Rangers but is expected to make a permanent switch away from Loftus Road in the summer. Reports suggest the former Marseille front man has an £8m get-out clause in his contract, allowing anyone to talk with the 26-year-old if they come up with that much money. And now Remy has spoken of his current situation. The Newcastle forward was speaking to Yoann Riou of French football magazine “FranceFootball” and hinted that he may not make his move to Newcastle permanent. Remy said: “One day I will play for one of the top five European clubs or a very big club. I have massive room for improvement”. That statement appears to harm Newcastle’s chances of securing Remy on a full-time basis, with even the most optimistic Newcastle fan admitting that the Magpies are not one of those top five. The Frenchman does talk about the Geordies positively though, saying: “I was well on the way for signing for Newcastle when I signed for QPR. The fans have forgiven me for joining QPR when they expected me to join Newcastle. Last summer when I joined Newcastle, I felt like I owed something and I wanted to earn forgiveness”. As it stands, Remy has ten games left of his loan deal at St James’ Park before he will rejoin Harry Redknapp at QPR. However, Remy will almost certainly be on the move again in the summer but the destination is as yet unclear.