QPR key player has officially announced his retirement from the game At the age of 36,

According to GetFrenchFootballNews, former QPR player Loic Remy has announced his retirement from the game.
At the age of 36, the ex-QPR striker has opted to end his playing career. Last season, he was with Brest.

Remy, who has 30 caps for France, agreed to a short-term contract with the Ligue 1 club in February. His contract was then set to expire in the summer.

According to GetFrenchFootballNews, the footballer recently announced his retirement on Prime Video. He must now make a decision on what to do next.

Former QPR attacker Remy has reached the end of his career. QPR signed Remy in January 2013 to improve their attacking options while they were still in the Premier League. Prior to moving to England, he played for Lyon, Nice, Lens, and Marseille in France.

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In his debut year at the club, the R’s remained undefeated. He went on to participate in 16 games for the London club, scoring six goals.

The Hoops then gave him permission to leave on a temporary basis in the 2013/14 season, and he spent a season at Newcastle United.

Remy was a big hit with the Toon Army, scoring 14 goals across all competitions. QPR subsequently sold him to Chelsea, where he scored 12 goals in 47 appearances before joining Crystal Palace on loan.

He departed Stamford Bridge in 2017 and has since played for clubs such as Las Palmas, Getafe, Lille, aykur Rizespor, and Adana Demirspor.

Remy had one last season in France with Brest, but after they opted not to extend his stay, he has decided to retire from the game.

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