Englishman has scored one for the Eagles in the Premier League this year.
There is a four-way battle to sign Blackpool star Tom Ince at the end of the season, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.
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The England Under-21 international only left the Championship outfit to join Crystal Palace on a six-month loan deal during the recent January transfer window.
However, when that spell at Selhurst Park comes to an end at the climax to this campaign, it is expected that Tottenham Hotspur, Everton and Newcastle United will all join the south-east London side in trying to sign Ince on a permanent deal.
And it is expected that unless a suitable fee can be agreed with the seasiders for Ince, then the player’s eventual transfer fee will have to be set by an independent tribunal, with it thought likely that the attacking midfielder will cost around the £5m mark.
And despite the fact that the 22-year-old has barely featured for Palace under new manager Tony Pulis of late, with Ince having not even featured in any of the club’s previous four fixtures, the mid-table Premier League outfit are still said to be confident of securing a deal for the Englishman.