Crystal Palace will try to convince Wilfried Zaha to stay at Selhurst Park by offering him a new contract worth £120,000-a-week, according to The Sun.
The winger has attracted interest from London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal after a productive campaign making him one of the Eagles’ better performers.
The Palace hierarchy and manager Sam Allardyce are so keen on retaining Zaha’s services that they are set to offer the 24-year-old a mega-money contract in order to keep him in South London, after the club managed to survive the drop with an emphatic victory over Hull City on Sunday.
Spurs had attempted to bring the Ivory Coast international to White Hart Lane last summer, however they reportedly failed after a £12 million bid was rejected.
Mauricio Pochettino will look to bolster his squad this summer and could potentially attract Zaha with the promise of Champions League football.
Allardyce will be wanting to keep his best players at the club next season, whilst also adding to his squad, in the hopes of avoiding another campaign of trying to avoid relegation from the Premier League.
Zaha has made 34 appearances across all competitions this year, scoring seven times, including the opener against Hull to help secure Premier League football next season.