Tottenham are going to have to fight hard if they are to succeed in a second pursuit of Wilfried Zaha.
Sam Allardyce is understandably reluctant to let Crystal Palace’s star man leave Selhurst Park after a season which has seen him score six goals and assist another seven.
If the Eagles are relegated, it will be almost impossible for them to keep the former Manchester United man, but regardless, he must be tempted by another chance to prove himself at a top club.
Yet, the Sun claim that Spurs are not the only team who plan to offer him that.
It’s suggested that Zaha is also being targeted by Manchester City, with Pep Guardiola planning a massive overhaul of his squad this summer.
The Ivory Coast international hasn’t tied himself down to Palace with a new deal, so it appears he’s keeping his options open.
With Yaya Toure and Jesus Navas both out of contract, City are in the market for midfielders, and Zaha could also play up front if required.