Crystal Palace could target Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson if Wilfried Zaha leaves, according to Sky Sports Sports News.
Zaha has been tipped to move on this summer after telling Palace he wants to leave Selhurst Park.
Tottenham, Arsenal and Chelsea have been linked with Zaha, who has also been linked with a return to Manchester United, where he had an unsuccessful spell before rejoining Palace.
Wilson, 22, has impressed on loan at Derby County, who are keen to keep him.
Sky say Liverpool want £25m for Wilson and that there is interest from Newcastle, Southampton and Brighton – and that Palace could enter the running if Zaha is sold.
Derby will face Aston Villa in the Championship play-off final and winning promotion would certainly help their chances of keeping Wilson.
Rams boss Frank Lampard would love Wilson and on-loan Chelsea duo Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori to still be at Pride Park next season.
“I have loved working with them all, so if I could have my own way, I’d keep them,” Lampard said at a recent press conference.
“It’s something that they will want to sit down with their families, their agents, etc, and think what is best for them.
“They’ve got different options. The last thing any of them will want to do now is go and not play football, so I think that will be the main thing in their mind.”