We understand the PFA continue to monitor the Algerian's on-going issue of absence from training.
Although the offer has been acknowledged by Leicester, neither the club nor Mahrez have reached out to the players' union for aid.
The winger has not turned up for training in the past week after he was said to have felt "depressed" that Leicester priced him out of a move to Manchester City on deadline day.
They will hold talks with Mahrez's representatives but will not rush the former PFA Player of the Year back.
He last featured for the King Power Stadium outfit on January 20 against Watford where he scored one of the two goals that propelled his side past the Hornets.
Leicester stood firm on their valuation though and eventually asked Manchester City for £80million cash.
Foxes boss Claude Puel will prepare his squad for the trip to the Etihad and the 26-year-old will not be considered even if he showed up 48 hours before kick-off.
"In the size of the club they should be a Premier League side, there needs to be some stability at that football club and if he gets that time in order to implement his processes, then he has a good chance of success there".
Puel is likely to be asked about the subject in his pre-Man City press conference later this week, but is nearly certain to instead focus on the players available to him for the trip to the Eithad.