Crystal Palace loanee Tom Ince is at the centre of a four-way-tussle for his permanent signature in the summer, according to the Daily Mirror.
The England Under-21 international has attracted interest from Everton, Tottenham and Newcastle, whilst Crystal Palace are also eager to sign him on a permanent basis when his loan from Blackpool expires at the end of the season.
Palace have used him sparingly since his arrival, with boss Tony Pulis not having used him for a single minute during their last four matches.
However, the Welshman insists the club would love to sign him on a permanent deal.
“Once things are done, I’d love to sit down and get something done with him because he’s going to be a top player,” Pulis said.
“Tom has been absolutely fantastic, he’s got all the attributes and everything else. He will be a top Premier League player without a question of a doubt.
“His attitude in training has been fantastic and the players have taken to him as well and I think that’s a great credit to Tom. He’s a credit to his parents, he’s been fabulous.”
The 22-year-old is out of contract in the summer, but any club wanting to sign him would still have to pay Blackpool a compensation fee set by a tribunal.
Everton, Newcastle and Tottenham have been told they will have to pay around £5million for the winger.
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