Borussia Monchengladbach are refusing to offer anything higher than €20 million in a deal to sign Newcastle and West Ham target Alassane Plea.
L’Equipe report that Gladbach remain keen on signing the striker this summer, but they are unlikely to be able to match Nice’s asking price.
The report claims that the Bundesliga side have been in talks with the club, but have been unable to strike a deal.
Plea is valued at roughly to €30 million by the Ligue 1 side with Premier League duo West Ham and Newcastle both keen to snap up the player.
There is also thought to be interest from Spain with both Sevilla and Valencia linked with moves for the player.
The Nice forward found the back of the net 21 times in all competitions last season and is expected to leave France this summer.
However, with the player under contract until 2021, Nice believe they can hold out for their full asking price.