Leicester City winger Ryad Mahrez is willing to wait for Arsenal to come with a bid for his signature, and that means rejecting the advances of other teams who are also interested in his signature.
The Algerian winger won the PFA player of the year after leading Leicester City to the Premier League title in the 2015/2016 season.
Although he had a tough time on the field of play last season, with his team almost relegated from the Premier League, many still believe he is a classy player and that his class is still present.
He has started this season strongly, after helping Leicester City to the final of the Premier League Asia Preseason trophy final where they lost to Liverpool.
Arsenal is currently not very keen on signing him as they prefer to complete a move for AS Monaco winger Thomas Lemar. They have seen bids of £40 million plus rejected by the French champions, but they are willing to go as high £80 million to land him.
Mahrez is a subject of interest from AS Roma, and although Leicester has turned down a bid from the Italians, Mahrez is also not interested in leaving the Premier League yet.