Getafe have made a loan bid for Las Palmas forward Loic Remy, according to various reports.
Levante saw an offer rejected with the Gran Canarian outfit saying they will not sell the Frenchman to a relegation rival last week, but Getafe have not been put off by that notion, submitting a six month loan deal.
Former Rayo Vallecano boss Paco Jemez, who recently returned to the club he coached in 2010, told a press conference following his instalment as boss two weeks ago – that he would be asking the board to find a suitable club for the former Chelsea man and team-mate Oussama Tanane.
The decision comes after both players arrived late for training following the winter break and then failed to turn up for the Gran Canarian club’s second training session of 2018.
Remy, who is now expected to receive interest from England, aswell as Turkish giants Galatarasay, enjoyed success with Queens Park Rangers and Newcastle United, before moving to Stamford Bridge.
Injury problems saw him struggle at Crystal Palace last season, before he chose to take the offer and move to the Canary Islands.
Remy’s problems come after a number of players continue to struggle on the Island, which saw Kevin Prince Boateng cancel his contract at the club last season.
Remy’s pending transfer status is also expected to see French and Chinese interest re-emerge as it did over the summer and it is understood that the Frenchman is in France with his agent looking to thrash out an exit.