Wilfried Zaha could be set to swap Selhurst Park for White Hart Lane this summer if Crystal Palace are relegated, according to reports in The Sun.
Mauricio Pochettino is believed to be a big admirer of the former Manchester United star, reportedly having a £12m bid for Zaha rejected last year.
Palace also made it clear they weren’t willing to let the Ivory Coast star leave during the January transfer window, but should they suffer relegation at the end of the 2016-17 season, they may find it difficult hanging on to the talented winger.
Zaha signed a five and a half year deal when he returned to Palace in 2015 after a spell at Old Trafford, which saw him fail to make his mark on the first-team as the side struggled under then new manager David Moyes, who appeared reluctant to use him in anything other than a bit-part role.
Spurs could be the perfect option for Zaha if he does decide to leave Palace once more as it won’t mean much of an upheaval – there were stories he struggled to settle when he moved to Manchester – and he’ll be joining a side with it’s fair share of talented youngsters.