Wilfried Zaha might have had quite an underwhelming season for Crystal Palace, but he is still managing to attract plenty of potential clubs, with the latest being Everton.
Everton are reportedly set to offer Crystal Palace the services of summer signing Alex Iwobi, who they signed from Arsenal for £34 million, in addition to around £50 million.
The Ivory Coast international was previously valued at £100 million last summer, but his value has now dropped to £70 million after a relatively poor season.
Zaha has managed just four goals and five assists in 38 Premier League games this season, failing to win the club's Player of the Year award for the second consecutive season.
Using Iwobi as leverage could help Everton, especially during the financial crisis that plenty of clubs are in right now, and they will need to act quickly, with Tottenham also targeting the Ivorian.
Palace might be tempted to sell Zaha for cheaper than their usual valuation, hoping to use that money well during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Iwobi has struggled massively for Everton, showing signs of potential but struggling at the most part, scoring just one goal in 25 Premier League appearances.
However, he would be a direct replacement for Zaha, and could fit in well with Crystal Palace's fluent forward line.