Olympique Marseille president Vincent Labrune has received a concrete offer for Ghana’s World Cup star Andre Ayew.
According to French daily newspaper La Provence, a source close to Labrune informed them but the publication failed to name either the origin or value of the offer.
Marseille are willing to sell their key players to balance their books after announcing two major signings Alessandrini and Batshuayi.
On Sunday, Mediafoot Marseille reported that the club would let Ayew go if offers came in at the right price.
Ayew has been linked with English giants Liverpool and Manchester United.
Last month, there were reports that Napoli had made an offer for the son of the Ghana legend.