Dimitri Payet's future at West Ham could be sorted on Monday with high-level club officials set for discussions with Marseille's president Jacques-Henri Eyraud on Monday, according to Sky sources.
The Hammers beat Crystal Palace 3-0 on Saturday without their French playmaker, who last week told Slaven Bilic he no longer wants to play for the club.
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West Ham will not consider offers of less than £30m for Payet, who cost them £10.5m when he arrived from Marseille in the summer of 2015.
It is understood the French side are the only club interested, and initially a compromise deal was put forward which would have seen the midfielder loaned back to West Ham for the rest of the season.
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The prospect of that deal going through receded when West Ham supporters made their feelings plain on Saturday, repeatedly chanting for last season's player of the year to leave.
Noble said on Sunday: “I have been here all my life so I find it hard to realise that someone wouldn't want to play for the club. It's a massive club and he is absolutely adored - was adored here - by the fans. But football and fans change quickly.”
The 29-year-old last played for the Hammers on January 5 in the FA Cup 5-0 defeat by Manchester City.
He started his career with Nantes in 2005 before moving to Saint-Etienne, Lille and Marseille in 2013.