Tottenham target Remy to leave talks until after Euro 2012

Long term Tottenham target Loic Remy has stated that he will not make a decision on his future until the conclusion of Euro 2012, reports Inside Futbol.

The chairman of Marseille, Remy’s current club, revealed at the end of January that he had turned down an ‘enormous proposal’ from Tottenham for the striker’s services, who Harry Redknapp had scouted on two occassions. The 25-year-old has scored 15 goals in 29 appearances in all competitions this season for Marseille, form which has seen him called up six times to play for France on the international stage, where he has scored three goals.

Speaking to French magazine Surface, he said, “I could play on the pitches of the English championship, the Spanish, the Italian, but one thing at a time. I’m trying to finish the season well with my club. If I indeed have the opportunity to go to the Euros, I want to have a very good Euros – after that, we’ll see.”

Remy’s contract with Marseille runs until 2015, meaning that the French club are under no immediate pressure to sell. To date, he has spent the entirety of his career in France, having had spells with Lyon, Lens and Nice prior to joining Marseille in 2010.

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