The 30-year-old joined the Blues for £10.5m in September 2014 from QPR but consistently struggled with injury
The 30-year-old has not even featured in Antonio Conte’s matchday squads for the opening two games of the Premier League season, and the London club have decided to cut their losses.
Loic Remy has brought an end to his Chelsea career with a free transfer move to Las Palmas
The French striker has not even made the matchday squad for Chelsea’s opening two Premier League games
Remy joined Chelsea for £10.5million from QPR back in September 2014, but injuries and a drastic loss of form meant he never established himself at Stamford Bridge.
He was loaned to Crystal Palace last season, but never hit it off there either, making only eight appearances.
He failed to score during his time at Selhurst Park.
Remy made the 25-man travelling party for Chelsea’s pre-season tour of China and Singapore but has been sidelined since.
He has played for Lyon, Lens, Nice and Marseille in his homeland.
Remy also impressed during a spell at Newcastle when on loan from QPR.
Last season Loic Remy was loaned to Crystal Palace but failed to score in eight games
Loic Remy will be desperate to rejuvenate his career with Las Palmas in Spain
He netted 14 times for the Magpies in 24 league starts in the 2013/2014 season.
At Chelsea he was named as a substitute 29 times and started just 15 times in all competitions.
Along the way he has netted 12 goals.
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