Southampton midfielder Mario Lemina ‘has not yet decided’ on his next club, with the Saints keen to move him on again this summer.
That’s according to Fotomac, who say Galatasaray are pushing to try and get him back to Turkey after his loan spell in 2019.
Lemina has been at Southampton since 2017 when he signed from Juventus but has spent the last two years out on loan, first with Galatasaray and then Fulham.
Southampton are keen to move him on again this summer, and he was recently linked with a £4m move to Newcastle in England.
They are not the only suitors, though, with Fotomac saying that Nice, Marseille, and Galatasaray are all showing an interest.
Indeed, talks are underway with all the interested parties, and the Turkish side are talking to the player and Southampton, who are happy to loan him out again, about a return.
Coach Fatih Terim sees the midfielder as a transfer opportunity, but Lemina has asked for time to consider his options first.
He has made it clear he will make a decision on his future after meeting with both Nice and Marseille and is expected to finalise his plans in the first week of August.