Premier League club Crystal Palace have reduced the asking price for star player Wilfried Zaha amidst the numerous transfer rumours linking him with a move away from the club.
This is according to the publication from The Independent which claimed that Crystal Palace are open to the idea of selling their star player.
Premier League sides like Arsenal and Everton have made bids for Zaha.
Arsenal made an opening offer of £40m for the Ivorian international star and it was rejected immediately as Crystal Palace demanded twice the amount.
On their part, Everton made a £52m bid for Zaha and it also met the same response as the bid from Arsenal.
Crystal Palace have now lowered their asking price for Wilfried Zaha from £80m to £65m.
The Premier League transfer window ends in the next 48hrs and it remains to be seen whether the Crystal Palace winger will get his wish of a move away from Selhurst Park.
Wilfried Zaha has been a talisman for Crystal Palace in the past few years including last season when he scored 11 goals and also added five assists for the Eagles who secured Premier League safety with several games still left to play.