Crystal Palace are keeping tabs on PSV goalkeeper Jeroen Zoet after failing with a bid to bring West Ham stopper Adrian to Selhurst Park.

The Hammers rejected a £3.5m bid from Palace to sign Adrian, who will find first-team opportunities limited following the arrival of England number one Joe Hart.

Palace have struggled to bring in a new goalkeeper this summer, with failed pursuits of Adrian and Barcelona outcast Jasper Cillessen.

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And now, Eagles boss Frank de Boer has turned his attention to Zoet, who would rival Wayne Hennessey for a starting spot.

The 26-year-old has made more than 150 appearances for PSV, winning two Eredivisie titles.

But according to reports, Palace face competition to sign the Dutch international, with Benfica understood to be interested.