Wilfried Zaha appears to have hinted his potential transfer to Arsenal is not going to happen.
The Gunners are keen to add Zaha to their forward line as they plot a return to Europe's top table in 2019-20.
Zaha's brother even released a statement pleading with Palace to let him leave for his 'boyhood club'.
But the Eagles have remained steadfast in their refusal to budge on an astronomical £80million asking price - with Arsenal only having £45million to spend.
Palace have already flogged Aaron Wan-Bissaka to Manchester United for £55million and a reluctant to sell another one of their big stars - risking the wrath of fans.
And Zaha appears to have accepted he will be staying at Selhurst Park.
He posted a picture of himself holding his phone to his ear with the caption: "Life goes on."