The 22-year-old has just come to the end of phenomenal season at Stade Velodrome, bagging 17 goals and nine assists in 36 Ligue 1 appearances.
The Belgium international was selected for Marc Wilmots’ Euro 2016 squad but could be plying his trade with a different club once the tournament in France comes to an end.
Indeed, West Ham launched a £31million bid for Batshuayi in May and it’s still reportedly on the table, whilst Serie A champions Juventus have seen a lesser offer turned down.
But according to The Guardian, Tottenham Hotspur could still make a rival offer for the 5 foot 11 forward in their bid to find an understudy to first-choice striker Harry Kane.
Marseille caretaker coach Franck Passi has already admitted the former Standard Liege star is likely to leave the club during the summer transfer window.