The Chelsea forward has been linked with a move to Selhurst Park
Chelsea's Loic Remy is wanted by Palace
Chelsea striker Loic Remy would prefer a move to Crystal Palace so that he can remain in London, according to the Evening Standard.
The Eagles are not the only club said to be monitoring the progress of the 29 year old striker, with Besiktas, Lyon and Galatasaray all thought to be lurking according to the Evening Standard, whilst they also cite Chelsea's intention to use the forward as a makeweight in a potential deal for former Blue Romelu Lukaku from Everton.
Chelsea reportedly intend to use Remy in a deal for Everton's Romelu Lukaku
But despite interest being shown in the Frenchman from across Europe, remaining in London would be the ideal option for Remy, who has made the capital his home after joining Queens Park Rangers from Marseille back in 2008.
The French forward made just 16 appearances for the Rs, netting six times, with his time at Loftus Road split with a loan to Newcastle, where he scored 14 times in 26 appearances.
Loic Remy looks set to be on the move again
His time at Newcastle led to interest from numerous clubs, and he eventually joined the Blues for a deal in the region of £10.5 million.
Remy made 19 appearances in his first season at Stamford Bridge, but he became more and more of a peripheral figure not helped by injuries, and it now appears he has not done enough to convince new boss Antonio Conte that he is worthy of a first team place.
Unimpressed: Chelsea manager Antonio Conte