Crystal Palace have reportedly expressed an interest in Monaco defender Djibril Sidibe.
According to reports from France Football, the player could be signed as a replacement for the recently departed Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
La Liga side Valencia have also emerged as a potential rival in the hunt to sign the Monaco defender, who would arrive with a wealth of experience.
Premier League rivals West Ham are also said to be monitoring the player’s situation, with his future in Ligue 1 unclear.
The report claims that Manchester United and Atletico Madrid were after Sidibe last summer, but the door is once again open for him to leave the Ligue 1 side.
Crystal Palace certainly have the money to spend after Wan-Bissaka completed a big-money move to Manchester United.
Roy Hodgson’s side have been linked with a number of players as they go in search of a replacement for Wan-Bissaka, but Sidibe is certainly a new name to add to that list.
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The Eagles have been heavily linked with the Chelsea star following his standout season with Wigan.
The Norwich City defender is highly rated and will no doubt impress in the Premier League.
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The Belgian defender has been linked with numerous moves across Europe this summer after catching the eye with Atalanta.