Chelsea manager Guus Hiddink has slammed his counterpart Remi Garde at Aston Villa for publically offering Remy a place in his struggling team.
Fighting to avoid relegation Frenchman guard is desperate for a goal scorer after having watched his team only manage to find the back of the net 15 times in 19 games.
Garde know Remy from his time as the assistant manager at French Ligue 1 side Lyon, and has made the suggestion that playing regular football with Villa would help Remy to be a part of Didier Deschamps Euro 2016 squad.
Dutchman Hiddink however saw the talk as a sign of disrespect, while insisting any transfer business Chelsea did would be private.
“I don’t think we or the management will go into a similar situation,” said the Dutchman. “You have to respect where the players are.”