Loic Remy
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French striker Loic Remy has joined Spanish outfit Las Palmas after Chelsea cancelled the forward’s contract, according to The Sun.

Remy, 30, had played a part in Chelsea pre-season tour of Asia, featuring in two games for the Blues as Antonio Conte assessed his squad ahead of the new season.

Yet, despite his inclusion on the pre-season tour, The Sun reports that Chelsea have finally decided to cut their losses on the striker by allowing the former QPR player to join Las Palmas on a free.

As per The Sun, Remy joined the Blues from QPR back in September 2014 for a fee of around £10.5 million, but failed to establish himself as the club’s no.1 striker after the arrival of Diego Costa.

The France international joined Crystal Palace on loan last season, but failed to score a single goal for the club, making just eight appearances.

Remy leaves after scoring 12 goals for the London club.

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