Crystal palace manager Sam Alladyce has warned clubs interested in his winger Wilfried Zaha, that the player will not leave Selhurst Park on the cheap. Palace are desperate to keep Zaha at the club next season, but the amount of interest in the player makes that unrealistic.
Zaha has starred in Palace victories over Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea, and his overall performances this season has not gone unnoticed.
The Ivorian flopped when he join Manchester United in 2013, but has since revived his career at Selhurst Park after returning to the club.
He is one of the most important players in the team, and his contributions is part of the reason they have moved from relegation troubles to mid table.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino remains a keen admirer of the winger and tried to sign him for £12 million last summer. The Argentine is believed to still have some interest in bringing the player to White Hart lane.
However, £40 million for Zaha is too much and if the player ask for a move away from the club, Palace may have to consider any bid in the region of £25 million.