French Ligue 1 giants Paris Saint Germain (PSG) are plotting a big money move for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
This is according to the specific report from the Daily Express which claims that the French champions can deliver Champions League football for the Ivorian international player.
They are said to be plotting a big bid of around £65m for the player.
Zaha recently voiced out his desire to play Champions League football after some years off the European scene.
The former Manchester United player has been strongly linked with a move away from South London club Crystal Palace despite the fact that he still has four years left on his current deal with the Eagles.
Major European clubs like German Bundesliga chasers Borussia Dortmund, Champions League semifinalists Tottenham Hotspur and 2012 European champions Chelsea have all registered their interest in Zaha.
Chelsea see him as one of the candidates to potentially replace Eden Hazard at the club with the Belgian international expected to leave the West London giants for Real Madrid this summer.
A possible move for Wilfried Zaha is dependent on the lifting of the transfer ban on Chelsea.
The Blues were handed a two-window transfer ban by FIFA after they were found guilty of dealing with footballers under the age of 18.
Chelsea have already appealed the ruling and are anxiously waiting for the verdict.