Leicester City is set to play hardball with the sale of their midfielder Ryad Mahrez, as top teams circle around the King Power Stadium to sign the player.
The Algerian was in inspiring form as Leicester City shocked the world and won the Premier League title in 2016. Although his performance in the league last season was woeful, he managed to help the Foxes reach the last eight of the UEFA Champions League last season.
Arsenal were the most interested suitors for the Algerian last season, but the Foxes refused to sell, and instead offered him an extension on his deal with a weekly salary of £100,000 per week.
Leicester believes that they have taken good care of him and would love to make some good income from his sale, and as such believe he is currently valued at £50 million, and may not find it hard to get a suitor who would be willing to pay that amount.
PSG, Atletico Madrid, and Monaco are the top European teams currently interested in his signature, while Arsenal remains the only English team currently serious about signing him.