Liverpool and Stoke City will both be on red alert after the latest comments coming out of Selhurst Park with regards to the future of Crystal Palace striker Wilfried Zaha.
The 18-year-old first came onto the scene at Selhurst Park last season and was voted Young Player of the Year for 2011 by Crystal Place fans.
Zara's performances haven't gone unnoticed and the Ivory Coast born forward has represented England at youth level.
A number of Premier League clubs have been keeping tabs on the Zara with Liverpool and Stoke keen to acquire his services.
Kop boss Kenny Dalglish has been one of the busiest Premiership managers during the summer transfer window and is still looking to add to his squad.
It is believed both Dalglish and Liverpool's director of football Damien Comolli are keen admirers of Zara and see him as a player for the future.
Meanwhile Stoke manager Tony Pulis is keen to bolster his squad ahead of the transfer window closing at the end of the month.
Pulis has been linked with a number of players throughout the transfer window, but the only two players being brought into the Britannia have been free transfers, Jonathan Woodgate and Matthew Upson.
It is now thought the Potters boss is eager to gain the signature of Zara, who is believed to be valued at £9.5million by Palace.
The Palace striker played a vital part in Palace's victory over Coventry City, having a huge part in the 90th minute equaliser and the winner six minutes into stoppage time as Palace won 2-1, making it two wins out of their first three games.
Speaking after the match Eagles boss, Dougie Feedman said: "My plan is to hold on to our young talent a bit longer so we can all enjoy them.
"And when I feel they are ready to represent another club at the top level, then I will pass them on. But of course I know, letting them go can be just a phone call away. I've already had phone calls."
Last season Zara made 43 appearances for the Championship club in all competitions and scored just one goal whilst providing five assists. So far this term he has played in all three games and provided two assists.
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