The South African ace’s contractual situation has tempted the trio, with his current deal set to expire in just over six months’ time.
As a result, he may leave Selhurst Park for free at the end of the season, but rumours suggest that the Eagles could instead opt to sell at a reduced rate in the New Year in a bid to recoup a fee, albeit a minimal one, for the enforcer.
The 29-year-old – who is yet to have discussed an extension to his current deal with the South London club – may be keen to move on, with a return to the Championship a genuine possibility due to Palace’s league position.
Dikgacio is keen to stay in England rather than move abroad, and Hull, Cardiff and West Brom could all offer him a continued life in the top tier.
However, German sides including Nurnburg and Werder Bremen are also keen, and may be able to tempt the burly midfielder to pursue a career in the Bundesliga.
The ex-Fulham man was a key member of Ian Holloway’s promotion-winning side last term, but his future is uncertain with new boss Tony Pulis set to invest in his squad during the January window.