Tottenham Hotspur are preparing to make another bid for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha in the summer, having been rebuffed twice in January.
Spurs retain their interest in Zaha despite signing Lucas Moura from Paris St-Germain for £25 million in January.
However, Spurs are likely to face competition for his signature from London rivals Chelsea and Premier League leaders Manchester City – both of which have made enquiries about the Ivory Coast international, according to The Mirror.
Zaha, 25, has recaptured his best form this season for the Eagles, having returned to the club in 2015 after two unsuccessful years at Manchester United.
It is thought he would cost in excess of £50 million, although he has a contract at Crystal Palace that runs until 2022, and the Eagles have indicated that they will try to keep hold of their star player.
But this could be largely determined by what happens in the final 11 games of the Premier League season. Palace are only one point above the relegation zone – and should they get relegated it is highly likely Zaha would be sold.
Zaha himself is currently out injured with a knee problem, but is stepping up his rehab in the gym and hopes to return before April.