Eagles chase late additions of attacking pair.
Crystal Palace are being linked with moves for both Nicklas Bendtner and Ricardo Vaz Te as they look to strengthen upfront on transfer deadline day.
The Eagles are said to have missed out on re-signing former striker Andy Johnson from Queens Park Rangers, and will move for Arsenal misfit Bendtner next, according to the Daily Mail.
Bendtner has been linked with a number of clubs this summer after falling out of favour at the Emirates Stadium, and may still attract interest from Hull City on the final day of the transfer window.
The Danish international could join former team-mate Marouane Chamakh at Selhurst Park, with the Moroccan also leaving the Gunners for Palace earlier this summer.
Meanwhile, West Ham forward Ricardo Vaz Te is also a target for manager Ian Holloway, and could be available after submitting a transfer request at Upton Park, according to Sports Direct News.
Attacking players have been a priority for Holloway for much of the summer, having been previously linked with the likes of Darren Bent, who instead signed for Fulham, and West Brom outcast Peter Odemwingie, who now seems likely to join Stoke City.