Zaha's move to Everton looks to be dead, with Palace holding out for a huge £100m fee.
That's because Everton's pursuit of the Ivorian has reached a new level.
Everton who finished 8th on the log last season are desirous of fighting for a place in the top four and reportedly believe that the Nigeria global who was impressive at the last Nations cup in Egypt despite Super Eagles' third place finish can help them achieve the dream.
While we don't know if Everton will return with another proposal, potentially on a permanent basis, it appears that so far Everton have dodged an nearly self-inflicted bullet.
Everton are, apparently, ready to go back with an improved offer.
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They claim 'the offer could be as high as £70million - plus the striker Cenk Tosun, possibly on a permanent deal rather than a loan as initially proposed'.
Everton aren't only targeting Zaha.