Although, they may face a snag this season due to the player changing representation.
Previous reports this month have stated he could cost £12m.
However, his two goals and three assists in their opening four games are suggestive of someone who is more than a goal scorer. His presence, although only standing at 5 foot 8, has seemingly been the final piece in Mikel Arteta’s puzzle.
Semenyo could have a similarly transformative effect on Palace, as he too only stands at 5 foot 9 and possesses incredible creativity to go alongside his goalscoring.
Eight goals and 12 assists last season in just 31 appearances instantly paints the picture of a striker whose preference is to create, and this can be further exacerbated by his 1.1 key passes per 90.
That’s not to claim that he is not still a lethal finisher, with journalist Owuraka Ampofo labelling him “clinical”.
Whilst Jesus is flanked by the likes of Bukayo Saka and Gabriel Martinelli, the quality would not decrease should Semenyo move to Selhurst Park.
Feeding Wilfried Zaha and Michael Olise, the 22-year-old would surely see his numbers explode.
With a track record of bringing talent from the Championship and nurturing it into remarkable Premier League talent, perhaps this could mark an Eberechi Eze or an Olise repeat.
Perhaps investing now would be a smart move from Patrick Vieira, who could grab his own Jesus for a fraction of the price. A creative master with an eye for goal.