Former Manchester United man turned down £120,000-a-week contract with the Eagles
Wilfried Zaha wants out of Crystal Palace this summer.
The 25-year-old has attracted a wide range of interest, but clubs could be deterred by his £70million price tag.
Zaha was offered £120,000-a-week to stick with the Eagles, but he rejected the new deal.
It is understood the Ivorian is keen to join a bigger club after a terrific 2017/18 campaign with Roy Hodgson’s side.
Everton and Borussia Dortmund have both indicated interest in the striker this summer.
He is under contract at Selhurst Park until the end of the 2021/22 season after he renewed his deal in 2017.
But according to SunSport, he has informed the club’s hierarchy at Palace that he is ready to move on.
Speaking recently, Roy Hodgson said: “He is our player for the next four years and the club has no interest or desire to sell him.”
It will not be the first time that Zaha has left the Eagles to pursue his dream of playing for a bigger club.
In 2013, the striker completed a move to Premier League giants Manchester United for £10m.
But his career went off the boil at Old Trafford and he was loaned back to Palace and to Cardiff City.
He then returned to the Eagles permanently in 2015, and he has since been named the Player of the Year for three continuous seasons.
Zaha has returned to training with Hodgson’s men after he briefly left the pre-season tour to visit his dad in hospital.