Italian giants Juventus are reportedly interested in signing one of Africa's biggest superstars, despite the player having only joined his Premier League side at the beginning of this season.
Although Riyad Mahrez has contributed to many goals at Manchester City 2018/19, the 28-year-old has struggled to get regular game time at the Etihad.
The winger has made just 11 Premier League starts for the Citizens this season, and appears to be down the pecking order at the club.
According to The Sun, the Algeria international is believed to have attracted interest from Juventus, who are monitoring his situation in England.
Manager Pep Guardiola has publicly called for the former Leicester City player to step up his game, although he failed to impress against West Ham United on Wednesday night.
Mahrez was handed a rare league start for the fixture, but was taken off after 55 minutes, with many fans unhappy with his performance.
The player became City's most expensive signing ever when he joined the club for a reported fee of about €67 million (R1 billion).
With 36 appearances across all competitions for City under his belt so far, Mahrez has scored 10 goals and assisted a further 10 strikes.
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