Evening Standard reporter Jack Rosser thinks Wilfried Zaha will be frustrated in his efforts to leave Crystal Palace once again.
Zaha has told Palace he wants to leave the club after enjoying another impressive season at Selhurst Park.
The Ivory Coast international scored 11 goals in 31 appearances last term and this is not the first time Zaha has been itching to leave Palace.
Palace chairman Steve Parish has confirmed Zaha will only be allowed to leave Selhurst Park this summer if the offer meets their expectations.
But Rosser does not think any suitors will come close to Palace’s price tag for the former Manchester United man, who has made 393 appearances and scored 68 goals across two spells for the club.
Speaking exclusively to Football FanCast, he said: “There will always be clubs that are interested in him but, frankly, none of them will ever value Zaha as high as Crystal Palace do.
“Parish was quite canny coming out saying we will let him go if there’s a good enough bid, but it’s going to take a lot of money for it to be a good enough bid in his eyes.
“There hasn’t been any concrete interest. The closest anyone has come over the last couple of years is Everton.”