Crystal Palace have been offered the chance to sign England youth international Reiss Nelson on loan, as part of a new bid from Arsenal for Wilfried Zaha.
According to the Independent, the Gunners have launched a fresh bid in the region of £65 million, including add-ons, for the player.
The deal will include the opportunity to take Nelson on loan for a season after he impressed at Hoffenheim recently.
Crystal Palace are standing firm over their eye-watering £80 million valuation of the Ivorian attacker and have rejected Arsenal’s latest bid.
The report claims that while a player going on loan to Palace is not being ruled out this stage, Roy Hodgson’s men would also like the opportunity to sign an Arsenal player on a permanent deal as well as any potential temporary additions.
Potential replacements for Zaha that Palace could sign this summer
Allan Saint-Maximin has been heavily linked with a move to the Premier League after impressing with Nice in Ligue 1.
Xherdan Shaqiri could be tempted by the idea of playing regular first-team football next season and Palace would certainly have the money to spend.
The Hull City wide man looks set to move on from the Championship side this summer and looks ready for a chance in the Premier League.
Like Bowen, Ollie Watkins could be ready for the chance to impress in the Premier League after catching the eye with his performances for Brentford.