Three-time Premier League winners Arsenal face threat from the top flight of English football in their quest to sign Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha this summer.
This is according to a publication from the Daily Star.
It was revealed that Arsenal, North London rivals Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester United are all interested in a move for the aforementioned Zaha.
Crystal Palace want £75m for their prized asset but the interested clubs are not willing to pay that much for him.
In his recent interview this month, Zaha revealed that he wants to play Champions League football again.
The Ivorian international player was on the payroll of Premier League giants Manchester United before he returned to Crystal Palace permanently in 2015.
Zaha signed for Manchester United from Crystal Palace in January 2013 in a transfer that was the last one conducted under the managerial era of Sir Alex Ferguson.
The Crystal Palace winger struggled to make a positive impact at Manchester United before he returned to Selhurst Park.
Arsenal witnessed what Zaha can do first hand during the London Derby clash with Crystal Palace.
Zaha was one of the goalscorers as Crystal Palace stunned the Gunners 3-2 at the Emirates Stadium to dent the North London giants’ quest to qualify for Champions League football via a top-four finish in the league.