By Chris Wright
After being spurred into action by West Ham’s advances, both Liverpool and Tottenham have moved quickly to enter the race to sign highly-rated Nice striker Loic Remy .
Nice’s chief executive Patrick Governatori has claimed that both clubs have made bids of between €14.5 million and €15.5 million for the 23-year-old French international, with Remy himself admitting that he’d prefer a move to Anfield;
“It will be a choice between two clubs with big futures. I have a slight preference for a prestige club like Liverpool, even though Tottenham are also very, very interesting.
Nothing has been decided. Wherever I play, I’ll have to fight and work hard to win my place.”
The Hammers have already seen a £11.5 million bid for Remy rejected, and co-owners David’s Gold and Sullivan are reported to be in the south