Leeds United star at centre of new Premier League transfer tug of war

Crystal Palace could turn their attentions to Leeds United's Crysencio Summerville . . . IF they lose star man Michael Olise this summer.

Summerville has already attracted attention from Chelsea and Liverpool, with the Dutchman valued at around £30m. While Leeds will be reluctant to sell, they may need to in order to meet financial regulations.

The player himself has not given any indications on his future and while he is thought to be happy at Leeds, a big Premier League move could be too tempting to turn down. However, while some of the top-flight's leading names are weighing up their options, there could also be interest from Palace.

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A strong end to the season under Oliver Glasner saw Eagles' stars such as Olise, Eberechi Eze and Jean-Philippe Mateta hit the headlines, with Olise and Eze in particular in demand this summer. Olise is rated at around £60m, and reports suggest Palace will turn straight to Summerville should they have to replace the winger.

Summerville's 20 goals for Leeds earned him the Championship player of the season award, and it's no surprise that his name has been linked with a Premier League move. The 22-year-old has a huge future ahead of him, with Palace hopeful of persuading him to come to Selhurst Park if they have a first-team place to fill.

Liverpool, Chelsea, Newcastle, Manchester City and Tottenham have all been linked with Olise, with inflated Premier League fees meaning he is likely to command almost double the expected price for Summerville. That could leave Palace with money to spend, although they will face competition from bigger Premier League clubs should they bid to lure Summerville to south London.