Marseille are preparing for the exit of Steve Mandanda, report Maxifoot.
The goalkeeper's contract expires at the end of this current season, and Marseille would prefer to cash in on the France international back up in January.
Maxifoot report that the French side have their eye on two replacements for Mandanda, which shows their desire to sell him on.
One is Mexican international Guillermo Ochoa, who is currently second choice at Spanish side Malaga, and is keen on an exit.
The other is former Real Madrid stopper Antonio Adan, who plays for Real Betis.
Mandanda, 30, has been at Marseille since 2008, winning the title with them in 2009/10. He has been voted Ligue 1 goalkeeper of the year on three occasions, including in 2014/15.