By Harvey Byrne
Crystal Palace have placed a stunning £28million price tag on Yannick Bolasie as they look to cash in on the winger, according to a report.
The Daily Mail claim that Tottenham have made an approach for the 27-year-old but Palace want well over £20m for him.
West Ham and Everton are also interested in signing Bolasie this summer and have made contact with Selhurst Park chiefs about the possibility of a deal.
It is said that Bolasie could stay at Palace because the Premier League big hitters could be put off by their valuation.
It is also understood that the Toffees are another team interested in the DR Congo international, but he is believed to want to stay in London.
Slaven Bilic has already signed one winger this summer in the form of Algeria international Sofiane Feghouli on a free transfer and is hopeful of adding another.
As reported on Football Insider the Hammers were understood to be leading the race for the Eagles’ winger’s signature.
Bolasie joined Palace from Bristol City in the summer of 2012 and has made 143 appearances for the Premier League club, scoring 13 goals and supplying 30 assists in his spell at the club.
In other Tottenham news, Spanish club Sevilla have emerged as the new favourites to land Palermo forward Franco Vazquez.