Crystal Palace are keen on John Lundstram – with the Sheffield United midfielder due to be a free agent at the end of this season.
The 26-year-old has turned down a number of contract offers from the Blades, who look nailed on to be playing Championship football next season.
It has been reported that United were open to offers for Lundstram during the January transfer window so that they got some kind of fee for one of their prized assets.
The former Everton trainee could have been available last summer but Sheffield United activated a clause in his contract that extended his deal by a further 12 months.
“It’s the same situation, everything is still on the table,” said Lundstram earlier this month.
“We’ll see what happens. Of course, (speculation) is bound to happen but I’m here and while I am here I’m committed, as you’ve seen in my performances – 110 per cent. No-one can question that.
“Who knows what will happen but while I’m here, I’ll give everything.”
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