Manchester City have “no interest” in selling Riyad Mahrez and rate the Algerian international at more than £80m, according to the Sun.
There were reports that Paris Saint-Germain were considering an offer for the player that would meet City’s valuation, but it is believed that any proposal from the French club will be knocked back.
Mahrez is reportedly valued as a key first-team player despite the fact that he hasn’t always been a starter under manager Pep Guardiola during his two seasons at the Etihad Stadium.
The Algerian has turned 29, and with his value expected to drop in the future, it was believed that the Citizens may consider cashing in to prevent them taking a loss on the £60m they paid Leicester for the player in August 2018.
However, Mahrez’s numbers are very good on paper, having scored 21 goals and provided 26 assists in 81 appearances for City, and it looks as though he will be staying for the long term.