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Earlier today The Guardian suggested Crystal Palace will reject a second bid from Tottenham for winger Wilfried Zaha.

The new offer is said to be around £21 million, a staggering amount for a player many believe isn’t good enough for Spurs.

If that bid was indeed lodged, it seems it has been rejected as Sky Sports report Tottenham have ended their interest in Zaha.

Marseille winger Georges-Kevin N’Koudou has been training with Spurs since Wednesday. The club is waiting for Clinton N’Jie’s loan move in the other direction to be finalised before officially confirming N’Koudou’s signature.

The interest in Zaha suggests Mauricio Pochettino wants to add another pacy winger on top of N’Koudou to the Tottenham ranks. Heung-Min Son, who can also play in wide positions, is set to stay at White Hart Lane after the club rejected an offer from Wolfsburg.

Perhaps Spurs rejected the offer for Son in light of their own rejected bid for Zaha, signalling the end of their interest in the former Manchester United player.

Do you think Spurs should up their offer for Zaha? Or is £21 million+ simply too much?

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    • U have no idea what your talking bout ‘not worth half that’ the kid is 23, on his day unplayable and has been raved about by every football pundit at one point or another. If bolasie left palace for near 30 million zaha is surely worth far more that is just common sense he is a better player then bolasie. Don’t get me wrong I don’t think spurs should sign him he isn’t a improvment on what u already have and also because spurs ruin palace players when they buy them e.g routledge and bostock and so it would b a waste of money for them but to say zaha is not worth half of 21 million really just shows how little u must know about football.

  1. Lol worthless article as soon of ya mentioned united- they got nothing to do with it so no need mention them when zaha is a palace player

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