Chelsea are ready to make a decision on whether or not to step up their interest in Wilfried Zaha this summer as part of a transfer meeting at Stamford Bridge.
Zaha is a man in demand as the transfer window for Premier League clubs to make signings enters its final stretch.
And that's left Chelsea a clear run at the 25-year-old Ivory Coast worldwide.
Chelsea have, so far, been unwilling to spend more than £30m plus players on loan.
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However, the 25-year-old attacker has been tipped for a move again this summer after rejecting an improved £125,000-a-week contract and the Ivory Coast worldwide has attracted interest from the upper echelons of the league with Tottenham and Chelsea linked in recent months.
So determined is the 25-year-old to make a transfer, the report claims that the Ivory Coast global is considering lodging an official transfer request, with Palace having told him they would only consider an "irresistibly huge offer".
Speaking in May amid reported interest from Manchester City and Tottenham, Zaha indicated he would not push for a move from Palace, which he described as his "home".
He clarified that it had nothing to do with football, but didn't rule out the possibility that he could be on the move before the transfer window closes on August 9.
But they shouldn't worry too much yet, as the club have no pressure to sell the Ivorian should the Blues not come close to the £70 million Parish wants as he's tied down to a long-term contract.