Crystal Palace have set their sights on signing Norwich City defender Jamal Lewis this summer, Football Insider understands.
The 22-year-old is in high demand among English sides this summer but the Canaries are holding out for a fee of around £20million if they are to let him go.
A source at Selhurst Park has told Football Insider that the Eagles, who made a move for the left-back during the January transfer window, have reignited their interest and are plotting another raid of Carrow Road.
Premier League champions Liverpool have already had an offer of £8million rising to £10m knocked back for the Northern Ireland international.
However, Norwich are not prepared to let Lewis depart on the cheap and insisted the Reds would have to double their offer if they were to sell up.
The defender, who came through the youth ranks at the Norfolk-based outfit, has already played 100 times for the Canaries and was a mainstay in the Premier League last season.