Despite only recently arriving at Selhurst Park, Sam Allardyce is ready to sell record-signing, Christian Benteke to fund a January overhaul.
Benteke is thought to be a target for Chinese Super League sides, including Beijing Guoan, who would be more than willing to match or improve his £100,000-a-week wages.
Palace are keen to recoup the £30 million they spent on bringing Benteke to Selhurst Park, making a move to China realistic.
Benteke has provided a reasonable return for the club with eight goals to his name already this season, however, the forward is without a goal in five games.
Palace hold are interested in signing Jeffrey Schlupp from Leicester as well as Norwich’s Robbie Brady and selling their record-signing may make the moves for feasible for the struggling Premier League side.