Chelsea striker Loic Remy talks about failed Liverpool move

Chelsea striker Loic Remy is putting his collapsed Liverpool move behind him

The Sport Review staff
By The Sport Review staff

Loic Remy says he has already forgotten about his failed move to Liverpool in the summer transfer window.

The France international appeared to be on the verge of a move to the Reds after the striker flew out to the Merseyside club’s pre-season tour in USA.

For me the past is the past. We are just looking forward

Loic Remy

However, Liverpool pulled the plug on a deal due to a mysterious problem with his medical, leaving Remy and then-manager Harry Redknapp at a loss.

Remy sealed a £10.5m switch to Chelsea before the close of the transfer window, scoring two goals in seven appearances in all competitions.

And the 27-year-old is putting his collapsed move to Liverpool behind him ahead of the west London side’s clash against Schalke on Tuesday night.

“Everything happens for a reason so I am very happy to be here,” Remy said.

“The past is the past so now I forget it and I am just concentrated on my team and, yes, winning the title with my team.

“For me the past is the past. We are just looking forward.”

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