Bayern Munich and Atletico Madrid are being linked with a summer move for Crystal Palace attacker Wilfried Zaha.
The Daily Mail report that the European giants are monitoring the Ivory Coast international, who has three years to run on his contract with the Eagles.
Arsenal and Everton have previously been interested in Zaha but were unable to meet the terms demanded by the South London club.
The newspaper claim that the Toffees retain an interest in the player and that Newcastle could make a move if their protracted takeover is completed.
The Mail says that Palace’s valuation will be a pivotal factor – especially with the financial uncertainty facing clubs following the Covid-19 outbreak.
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