West Ham United’s Saïd Benrahma has seen his form and playing time dip this season. He’s scored one goal and failed to register an assist in 22 games this season, that includes just 182 minutes of action over the Hammers’ last nine league matches.

The Algeria international’s situation at West Ham has seen him dropped from the national team for AFCON, but it hasn’t stopped him from drawing the attention of other clubs.

Marseille are one of the clubs to have shown interest and are trying to attract him. That’s according to RMC Sport, who state the Ligue 1 side have already made a proposal of loan deal with an option to buy.

This formula hasn’t pleased David Moyes’ side and they have ‘rejected’ the offer. The 28-year-old’s deal lasts until 2026 and it’s said the UEFA Conference League winners are only looking for a sale.

West Ham are standing firm and have made the conditions clear, RMC Sport say it’s not clear whether Marseille will return with a second offer.

Lyon are also interested in Benrahma and two days ago L’Equipe reported they continue to negotiate to sign him in January.