English Premier League side Crystal Palace has held further talks with QPR over the availability of winger Eberechi Eze.
Palace had a bid worth around £12m rejected last month as QPR value the 22-year old at £20million and according to Daily Mail, the Roy Hodgson side are back on the table with a better offer with the hope that they can lure the player to Selhurst Park.
With the uncertainties surrounding the future of winger Wilfried Zaha, Palace has been on the market for a winger and see the England U21 star as one who could fill the Ivory Coast international boosts should he decide to leave the club.
Apart from Palace, Eze is attracting interest from West Ham, who have discussed the possibility of using striker Jordan Hugill as a makeweight in the deal. Other Premier League clubs interested in the player is Newcastle United and newly promoted Leeds United.
Eze, who started his career with QPR, enjoyed a superb season in 2019-20, scoring 14 goals in the Championship and manager Mark Warburton wants to hang on the player as they seek to make a Premier League promotion push in the comings season.