Queens Park Rangers are reportedly hoping to spark a bidding war between West Ham United and Crystal Palace for the signature of Eberechi Eze.
The 22-year-old enjoyed a fruitful campaign in QPR colours during the most recent Championship season, registering 14 goals and eight assists for the Hoops.
However, Eze now has under a year left to run on his contract with Mark Warburton's side and is expected to depart in the near future.
Palace have reportedly already had a bid of £12m rejected by QPR, and according to the Evening Standard, the Championship outfit value the midfielder at £20m.
The report claims that QPR will sanction a sale with the need to balance the books, but the Hoops are confident of driving the price up given the interest shown by Palace and West Ham.
Newly-promoted Premier League side West Bromwich Albion are also believed to be monitoring the situation.