CRYSTAL Palace and Manchester United are reportedly discussing a deal to make Wilfried Zaha's loan return to Selhurst Park a permanent move.
Zaha struggled to make an impression on the United first team after his £15 million move in 2013 and moved back to SE25 on loan in the summer window.
Though he hasn't been a regular starter under either Neil Warnock or new boss Alan Pardew, it seems Pardew is keen to have Zaha in his squad going forward and a permanent transfer could be agreed before the window shuts at 11pm.
Some reports suggest Zaha could sign a five and a half year deal with a fee of around £6 million being mooted.
Elsewhere, rumours have suggested Newcastle's Yoann Gouffran could be reunited with Pardew, while striker Dwight Gayle has been linked with a switch to QPR - but there is no concrete evidence of either move yet.
Bolton winger Lee Chung-Yong continues to be linked with Palace but one man unlikely to be heading to south London is Middlesbrough forward Lee Tomlin.
The Daily Mail this morning reported that Palace were keen on the 26-year-old but he has taken to Twitter to say he'll be remaining on Teeside and would only leave if the club decided he should be sold.
Going the other way, Barry Bannan has been linked with a loan move away from Selhurst Park, possibly to Leeds Utd.
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