Crystal Palace have reportedly slapped a £80million price-tag on wantaway star Wilfried Zaha.
Zaha put a host of top clubs on alert last week by revealing his ambition to play Champions League football.
Manchester United , Tottenham and Arsenal are believed to be in the race to sign the talented winger this summer.
And it’s now been reported that Palace want a hefty fee if they’re to part ways with their prized asset at the end of the season.
The Daily Mail report that Palace will demand between £75m and £80m for the former United forward, but whether clubs are willing to pay that amount remains to be seen.
Eagles boss Roy Hodgson, however, believes the Ivory Coast forward is settled at Selhurst Park, as evidenced by his pivotal goalscoring performance in Sunday's 3-2 win at Arsenal.
"I think he's a very good player, but the bottom line is this: he's a Crystal Palace player, and he's certainly happy at Crystal Palace as you saw today," said Hodgson.
"That wasn't the performance of a guy looking to get away from his club, I would say quite the reverse.
"He's on a four-year contract, he's one of our highest-paid players and he's absolutely adored by the fans and everyone in south-east London.
"As far as I'm concerned I'm looking forward to working with him not only in the near future, but I'm looking forward to seeing him in the Crystal Palace shirt for many years to come.
"But life throws things up and we'll see what happens."
Zaha bagged his ninth Premier League goal of the season as Palace claimed their eighth away win of the campaign at Arsenal on Sunday.
Christian Benteke and James McArthur were also on target as boss Hodgson's men pulled off another hugely impressive win on the road.