The Ligue 1 outfit are in a position where they must sell some of their most prized assets if they wish to bring in any new players before the close of the summer transfer windowTottenham target Loic Remy has conceded that his destiny lies in the hands of Olympique de Marseille, having acknowledged it will be they who ultimately decide whether he stays at the Stade Velodrome.
The Ligue 1 outfit are in financial trouble and sporting director Jose Anigo has already admitted that they must sell before they can buy this summer, prompting speculation that the club could look to cash in on the sought-after forward, with Spurs an interested party.
"I am contracted to Marseille but if the club wants to sell me, there is not much I can do about it," the France international told Sky Sports.
"The transfer window closes on August 31, so there is plenty of time [for something to happen]."
Remy, who has been capped 17 times by his country, recently returned to training after missing Euro 2012 because of a thigh injury.