Loic Remy, despite all of his flaws, is an excellent front man.
Whenever he has been called upon with Chelsea he has done the business; and whilst normally that results in more game time – with Remy it has been quite the opposite.
Whenever he has played he has looked decent, frequently popping up with a cup goal or a last minute equaliser.
However, despite that – Remy has consistently found himself on the fringes of the first team. He could find himself fifth in the Chelsea strikers pecking order before the summer is out; and that isn’t enough for a player of his quality.
He could really do a job at mid table side or help a side struggling at the bottom of the table. It would help them, but more importantly; it would him him reinvigorate his career.
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