Premier League outfit Crystal Palace are tracking promotion-chasing Brighton and Hove Albion centre back Lewis Dunk, according to the Sun.
The £7 million-rated defender is also a target for fellow Premier League side Norwich City but, if the Canaries were to get relegated, then Palace would surely be in pole position.
The defender has played a crucial part in Brighton’s fantastic season this year, featuring in 39 matches for the Seagulls and, also contributing three goals to the team.
Dunk came through the youth academy at Albion, signing a professional contract in 2010 after successfully captaining the youth-team.
Since making his debut, he has accumulated almost 150 appearances for Brighton, and has developed a lot as a player.
Dunk could potentially be playing in the Premier League next season anyway with his Brighton side, who sit level on points with the top two, but the decision may be left all up to him.
Brighton fans… what do you make of the news? How much of an integral part has Dunk played to your team’s success? Is he replaceable? Let us know your thoughts and opinions in the comments below!