Marseille are only considering a loan with a compulsory buy option depending on Champions League qualification for West Ham United star Said Benrahma.


The 28-year-old winger is attracting interest from France, as Lyon and Marseille are keen on landing him.


West Ham have no issue with letting Benrahma leave the London Stadium in the ongoing window.




However, the Hammers are only willing to let the winger leave on a permanent deal and want €20m for him.


It has been suggested that West Ham rejected a loan offer from Marseille last week and the French outfit are considering a second offer.



But according to French outlet La Tribune OM (via Le 10 Sport), Marseille are not considering a permanent move for Benrahma.


And the French outfit are only willing to offer a loan deal with a compulsory buy option in the event that they qualify for next season’s Champions League.



Now it remains to be seen whether their offer will be able to convince West Ham to let Benrahma join the French outfit on loan this month.