Chelsea’s new signing Loic Remy has accused Liverpool of acting dishonestly this summer when it came to his transfer, having seen his move to the Anfield club collapse after reportedly failing a medical, as reported by The Metro.
The ex-Queens Park Rangers star travelled to Boston in the United States of America to carry out a medical with the Merseyside club, having agreed a £8 million move to the Reds that seemed on the cusp of completion, but was sent home after an examination revealed something that the club thought was not acceptable for a new signing.
Remy, however, is not impressed by the situation surrounding the deal collapsing, and complained about it in an interview with The Sun.
He said: “It was not very honest from their side.
“I was not scared. I know exactly what I have, I met all the specialists in the world. A lot of players share the same situation as mine and Liverpool know it.”
He eventually completed a move to Stamford Bridge, replacing striker Fernando Torres who moved to AC Milan on a two year loan deal, and will be hoping to get his revenge against Liverpool later this season.