Marsielle are keen on agreeing a permanent deal form Swansea City forward Bafetimbi Gomis, according to Talksport.
The thirty-one year old moved to the Ligue One outfit on loan in the summer and has already netted for them six times in ten games.
His form has impressed the club’s president Jacques-Henri Eyraud who has hinted the a full-time switch for the Frenchman is on the cards.
Gomis joined Swansea from Lyon in the summer of 2014 and made seventy-one appearances for them in all competitions before returning to his home country, scoring seventeen goals.
He has been capped twelve times for France, scoring three times but hasn’t featured for them since coming on as a substitute in a 3-0 friendly defeat to Brazil in June 2013.
Swansea will be hoping to record their first win under Bob Bradley as they travel to Stoke City next Monday and the away win is priced at 14/5.