31-year-old Algerian international forward Andy Delort is considering an exit from Ligue 1 outfit OGC Nice next month, owing to a multitude of factors, according to RMC Sport and Nice-Matin.
The ex-Montpellier and Wigan Athletic forward is understood to have been promised a wage rise by club president Jean Pierre Rivère last season, but serious discussions have not occurred for there even to be the potential to turn that into a reality.
Delort is also upset following the departure of OGC Nice coach Christophe Galtier to PSG in the summer, with whom he was very close to.
Delort enjoys the environment in Nice in terms of the locals and the wider culture outside of football and therefore would not be against the possibility of a loan move, rather than just an immediately permanent one.
Marseille, Lens, Rennes, Fiorentina and Salernitana have all been listed as possible landing points for Delort.