The Premier League champions wanted to sign Mahrez during the winter transfer window and they made a series of late offers for him on deadline day - all of which were rejected.
If we had to pick one player that has been linked with the most number of clubs over the course of the season, it has to Napoli's passing maestro Jorginho.
The Brazil native has so far refused to comment on the speculation, telling reporters his focus is on the Italy national team, per Football Italia.
City have always been in pursuit of Mahrez, having seen a cash-plus-player offer of £65 million for the 27-year-old rejected in January, with Leicester demanding £80m to let him go in the middle of the season.
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Houston would have to match any offer Capela gets if they want to keep him and that would put them way over the luxury tax. Everyone is still trying to figure out what went on in the final minute of regulation in Game One.
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Villa pressured constantly with the man advantage, but couldn't get a clear shot at Marcus Bettinelli's goal. Fulham prevailed, recording a 1-0 win that means they will be in the Premier League next season.
But negotiations between City director of football Txiki Begiristain and his counterpart, Napoli sporting director Aurelio De Laurentis, appear to have found a breakthrough.
Keeping up the Jorginho topic, another one of his suitors, Manchester City, are being subject to Napoli playing hardball against them over the pass-master.
And that could mean City's summer transfer business could be all but done before the World Cup even kicks off.