Marseille are reportedly ready to launch a January swoop for Riyad Mahrez.
The 2016 PFA Players' Player of the Year was close to joining Roma in the summer after handing in a transfer request.
But Mahrez saw his move to the Serie A side fall through after they failed to meet the Foxes' £32million valuation.
French side Marseille are eyeing up a deal for unsettled Riyad Mahrez in January
Now Mundo Deportivo report Marseille are eyeing up a deal for Mahrez — and believe they could secure him for a cut-price £26.5m.
The move comes despite newly-appointed Leicester manager Claude Puel revealing his desire to keep Mahrez by giving him more freedom.
Marseille are currently fourth in Ligue 1 and trail league leaders Paris Saint Germain by eight points. Mahrez was linked with a move to Marseille back in 2014 but the switch never materialised.
Newly-appointed Leicester manager Claude Puel wants to keep Mahrez at the club