The England U-21 star’s contract with Blackpool expires at the end of the season, leaving any side free to snap him up for a compensation fee – that could rise to £5m.
Palace are believed to be interested in making his stay at Selhurst Park a permanent one, but now Spurs, Everton and Newcastle are all willing to offer him a more glamorous Premier League home.
Ince was linked with Monaco over the winter, but it is understood that the youngster is far more keen to stay in his homeland as he battles to earn a spot in the senior England side.
It is rumoured that the trio of clubs have made contact with Blackpool to discuss a possible deal, yet it is thought that the situation will end with a fee set by a tribunal.
Palace manager Tony Pulis has used the skilful winger sparingly of late – no appearances in the Eagles’ last four games – but he did impress with a decent run in the Londoners’ XI shortly after joining the club.
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