Wilfried Zaha could sign a new contract with Crystal Palace despite interest from Tottenham, according to The Guardian.
The report claims there is a five-year contract worth £110,000-a-week on the table for Zaha, and the winger has told Palace he is willing to sign it.
That means if Spurs want to sign the 24-year-old, they will have to match those wages. Although the prospect of Champions League football could be used as a bargaining tool.
The Guardian also suggest Arsenal and Manchester City have made contact with Zaha’s representatives in recent weeks. There’s a good chance they will both be able to offer Zaha even more than £110,000-a-week.
The article’s author, Ed Aarons, also claims Palace value Zaha at around £40 million, meaning Tottenham would have to smash their record transfer fee to sign him.
Zaha has scored seven goals and provided nine assists this season. Spurs tried to sign him last year but ended up with Moussa Sissoko — it’s safe to say Zaha will be a significant upgrade on the Frenchman if he does arrive this summer.