Tottenham Hotspur have previously been linked with a move for Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha, and it appears that the club are about to revive their interest.
According to the Daily Mail, the North London outfit are planning to table a £40m offer for the Ivory Coast international, which is a significant increase on their previous bids.
The publication states that in 2016, Spurs tabled a £12m bid, which was swiftly rejected by Palace and their offer of £21m was also rebuffed.
Zaha has been a key player for Roy Hodgson’s side this season and has started 21 Premier League games, scoring four goals and recording two assists.
At the moment, the Eagles are two points above the relegation zone, but if they drop into the Championship it is likely to be harder for them to keep hold of talent like Zaha.
Since the rumours emerged of fresh interest in the winger, Tottenham fans have been tweeting their verdicts.
Is there any way we could do a swap deal involving Sissoko? This Hodgson after all & he did fill the England squad with a number of tosh players.
— Dyllun Vadher (@IttoReborn) March 20, 2018
Zaha is a good player. But the story most fans want to hear is: Spurs not lining up a £40 million bid – instead will use the money to knock a grand off 40,000 season tickets.
— Paul Gibbens (@PaulGibbens1) March 20, 2018
No thanks. Good player but not for that price
— Lee Richardson (@Lee333666999) March 20, 2018
To play where ? Spurs have just signed Moura and have Lamela who can play on the right as well as Sissoko if needed. Not happening. Mail talking twaddle
— Chris (@harkus86) March 20, 2018
Really…. really!!! Setting the bar a tad low with that one.
— Mike Arkwright (@mrarkers) March 20, 2018
We don’t need him we have enuff players that are better than him
— Rob Sharp (@RobSharp15) March 20, 2018
What's the point? He's obviously a good player and could only develop under Poch, but we signed Lucas and Lamela is back, so we've plenty of options in midfield. Don't we need a backup striker more?
— Greg Muzyk (@greg_muzyk) March 20, 2018
The Daily Mail also believes that a Reptilian Race live amongst us.
— katsa (@PeterKatsa) March 20, 2018