Crystal Palace are considering a move for Senegal international Papa Alioune Ndiaye in January, according to The Daily Mail.
The attacking midfielder impressed scouts as he scored for Turkish side Osmanlispor in their Europa league tie against Steaua Bucharest last week.
Ndiaye has scored six times this season and has caught the attention of several Premier League clubs, including Everton, with his goalscoring and dribbling ability.
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Osmanlispor bought the 26-year-old for £1.2 million in 2005 and will be looking for around £7 million if he is to leave the club, according to the report.
Palace manager Alan Pardew is under serious pressure at the club after losing six games in a row and will be hoping the board give him until the next window to strengthen his squad.
It is rumoured the Eagles boss only has two games to turn the season round – starting at home against Southampton on Saturday.
Palace go into the match having the worst record in 2016 out of the top four divisions.