Marseille have confirmed they have reached an agreement in principle with Nice for striker Loic Remy.
The 23-year-old is currently en route to the Stade Velodrome to undergo a medical after Nice accepted Marseille's offer which, according to reports, was in the region of 15million euros (around £12.4million).
Remy's future has been the subject of intense speculation all summer with a host of club across Europe chasing his signature.
The likes of Tottenham, Liverpool, West Ham and Stoke have all been linked with the highly-rated forward, but it appears he will be staying in France.
A Marseille statement read: "OM and OGC Nice hace reached an agreement in principle for the transfer of striker Loic Remy."
"The 23-year-old player will arrive in Marseille this afternoon and will then undergo the customary medical examination prior to the signing of his contract. He will then be presented to the press."
Meanwhile, Toulouse have denied receiving an offer from Marseille for Andre-Pierre Gignac.
Reports have suggested Marseille are keen on Gignac as well as Remy after selling Mamadou Niang to Fenerbahce, but Toulouse insist they have had no offer for French international Gignac.
A Toulouse statement read: "Contrary to reports in the media last night, Toulouse have not received an offer from Marseille for Andre-Pierre Gignac."