Given his star-man status at Selhurst Park, Zaha has previously been valued at £80m, a price tag which has put off any interested parties.
However, due to three years being left on his contract and the financial implications of the coronavirus pandemic, that stance has allegedly changed.
According to The Sun, the Eagles may be open to cashing in on the Ivory Coast international for more than half of their original asking price.
Having inserted a sell-on fee when allowing Zaha to join Palace in February 2015, Manchester United are also taking an interest in the 27-year-old's future. body check tags ::