Premier League title challengers Tottenham look set to reignite their interest in Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha in the summer, although they could face interest from Europe, according to The Sun.
Mauricio Pochettino’s men have been keeping tabs on the 24-year-old throughout the current campaign, in which time the Ivorian international has netted five times and assisted six others for the struggling Eagles.
He has clearly been the shining light on an otherwise frustrating campaign at Selhurst Park, which saw Alan Pardew sacked in December and replaced by former England boss Sam Allardyce, and his displays have attracted interest from all over Europe, with Bundesliga outfit RB Leipzig reportedly looking to bring Zaha to Germany.
Alongside Italian giants Inter Milan, who are also thought to be interested in the talented winger, it is sure to be an interesting transfer saga in the summer, especially if Palace were to get relegated to the Championship this term.
Zaha outlined his importance to the Eagles with a fine goal in their 2-0 success at West Brom on Saturday, in turn helping Allardyce to secure his third Premier League win in charge of the Eagles.
However, it doesn’t look like his long-term future is at Selhurst Park, and with Spurs having seen a £12 million bid rejected last year, and the winger thought to be someone manager Pochettino hugely admires, the North London side may see Zaha as a player that can help take them to the next level.