European giants Paris Saint Germain, AS Monaco and Borussia Dortmund are all interested in Crystal Palace wideman Wilfried Zaha, according to reports.
Sky Sports suggest that the European trio are all keen on the Ivorian winger and could well be tempted to make a move this summer amidst uncertainty surrounding the future of Neymar and Jadon Sancho respectively.
Zaha, now 27, was reportedly the subject of interest from Premier League duo Arsenal and Everton last summer but neither managed to agree a deal with his current employers Crystal Palace, leading him to remain at Selhurst Park for the 2019/20 season.
He currently has three years remaining on the contract he signed with the club but wants to depart for a club competing in the UEFA Champions League. It is also reported that the Eagles would be willing to see Zaha depart should a club meet their asking price.
With Palace, Zaha has become one of the most dangerous forward players in the Premier League, having scored 36 goals and provided 38 assists in 201 appearances in the competition for the Eagles.
One of the clubs interested in his signature, PSG, may have a big advantage should they continue their run in the UEFA Champions League. Thomas Tuchel’s men have reached the semi-finals and face Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig. The French giants can be backed at a price of 11/4 with William Hill to win the competition.