Former England boss Roy Hodgson is reportedly keen to bring the midfielder to Selhurst Park this summer
Crystal Palace have joined the host of clubs lining up to sign Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere this summer.
Wilshere looks set to leave the Gunners when his contract expires at the end of the month.
The 26-year-old, who recently hinted at his Emirates exit on social media, was reportedly told by new boss Unai Emery that he is not guaranteed a spot in his starting XI.
The likes of West Ham, Everton, Wolves, AC Milan and Juventus have been linked with an interest in the England international.
And now, according to The Sun, Crystal Palace have joined the race.
Former England boss Roy Hodgson is looking to strengthen his Palace squad after guiding them to survival, and is keen to be reunited with the Three Lions midfielder at Selhurst Park.
Wilshere is facing a big decision over his future.
Arsenal have offered him a £110,000-a-week deal that includes a £65,000 win bonus, but the 26-year-old is concerned he may be used a fringe player and is desperate for regular action.
The current contract on the table is an improvement from the original offer made by Arsenal, and former boss Arsene Wenger was confident he would stay.
However, Emery has left Wilshere with a major dilemma, with Palace joining West Ham, Wolves, Everton, AC Milan, Sampdoria and Juventus in the chase for his services.