Crystal Palace are reportedly determined to stick to their £80million valuation of Wilfried Zaha as Chelsea prepare to swoop in the January transfer window.
Last summer Palace stood firm in their valuation of Zaha, seeing off interest from Arsenal and Everton in the Ivory Coast winger.
Zaha is contracted to the Eagles until 2023, but has expressed his desire to leave Selhurst Park. It is understood Palace will not stand in Zaha’s way should Chelsea come calling in January, but they are determined to only sell him if the price is right.
The Eagles will refuse to be short-changed due to a 25% sell-on clause in the £6million deal which took him from Manchester United to Palace in 2015.