Tottenham Hotspur have had a new £21 million approach for Wilfried Zaha rejected by Crystal Palace, according to The Guardian.
The White Hart Lane club are believed to be in the market for a sprightly winger and have already had an offer for the former Manchester United wideman rejected by the Eagles earlier this summer.
Zaha has impressed throughout his career with his lightning pace and individual trickery, but a lack of end product has at times blighted the Englishman at Palace.
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The latest report suggests that Spurs are set to negotiate right to the end of the transfer window in a bid to sign Zaha before business concludes at 11/30pm on Wednesday night.
Palace have already lost Yannick Bolasie this summer and despite former Tottenham man Andros Townsend’s arrival will surely be keen to hang onto their gifted young wideman.
Should he move to White Hart Lane, Zaha would have a wealth of attacking midfield talent to compete with for a starting role in the side.