Liverpool defender Nathaniel Clyne spent the second half of the season on loan at seaside club Bournemouth where he received regular first-team minutes.
The English defender struggled to get back into the Liverpool team because of the success of Trent Alexander-Arnold and Andrew Robertson before he made the switch in January.
Sky Sports claim that Palace and West Ham are both interested in signing the right-back on a permanent transfer but will have to battle with Bournemouth for the player’s services.
Valued at £15 million, the price tag could put either one of the clubs off depending on their transfer budget as all three teams look to bolster their defensive options.
The 28-year-old enjoyed a great spell whilst on loan at the Cherries and a permanent move away from the Reds could be the best thing for the player.
The Eagles are looking to strengthen their backline and Clyne offers pace and great defensive qualities which would benefit the squad.
Four more right-backs Palace could target
Simpson could be a smart signing by the Eagles, with the Premier League winner set to leave the Foxes. when his contract expires next month.
Highly-rated teenager Bogle could be open to a move to Selhurst Park if Derby fail to earn promotion to the Premier League against Aston Villa.
Chelsea defender James looks set to be a man in demand this summer. However, if the Blues decide to let James leave either on a loan or a permanent deal, Palace could look to capitalise.
Nantes right-back Kwateng is out of contract with the Ligue 1 side and could be a shrewd signing by Roy Hodgson if he can lure the 22-year-old to the Premier League.
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