According to Sky Sports, Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie is in-demand this summer with Aston Villa, Tottenham and West Ham all interested in signing the mercurial winger.
Bolasie has been wildly inconsistent throughout his career, but found a touch of consistency last season after the arrival of Alan Pardew as the Eagles boss.
The Congo international scored four goals and produced 11 assists in 35 appearances in all competitions last season.
That good form led to the French-born winger being linked with moves to the likes of Everton and Liverpool. However, it seems the Eagles are now bracing themselves for bids for their star asset.
Pardew is desperate to keep Bolasie at Selhurst Park and has even slapped a price tag of around £40million on the wingers head. It is unlikely that any club will be prepared to pay that sort of fee, so a smaller fee will likely be enough to see the former Bristol City star leave the London club.
Palace are set to make a big profit on Bolasie, as he cost them just £400,000 when he joined from Bristol City three years ago.
Palace boss Pardew is attempting to move Palace forward next season after the Eagles finished 10th in the Premier League last season. The former Newcastle boss has already caught the eye with the signings of Yohan Cabaye from PSG and Patrick Bamford on-loan from Chelsea.
However at the moment it seems he could lose one of his star players from last season if the right money is offered.
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