Algeria has gave Leicester’s Ryad Mahrez permission to leave the national team.
Algeria Narional team has gave Leicester City winger, Ryad Mahrez, permission to leave the squad and could be on his way out of the blue this summer.
The announcement was made via the north Africa side Twitter account early on Thursday mornday with the deadline rapidly approaching.
Magrez who valued £50million at the King Power Stadium has expressed the desire to leave the club and has been linked with a move to host clubs during the summer, with Roma three bids having already rejected.
The 26-year-old is currently training with international teammate ahead of World Cup qualifier against Zambia on Saturday.
Leicester City winger Ryad Mahrez could leave the club this summer
The Algeria international who was the PFA Player of the Year in 2016 believes to have been a target to the likes of Barcelona, Manchester United, Arsenal and Chelsea.
In a statement from Algeria football Association said: “Leicester’s Algerian international Ryad Mahrez who is currently with national team in Sidi-Moussa preparing for the game against Zambia in cthe 2018 World Cup qualifiers, was authorised by national coach Lucas Alcaras and the Algerian Football Federation to make an express trip to Europe to formalise his transfer to new club on Thursday.
“The squared will fly without him on Thursday morning to Lusaka to face Zambia on Saturday.”
However, Mahrez also woncthe Premier League title with Leicester City in 2016.