Chelsea are reportedly keen to land Crystal Palace’s Wilfried Zaha when their transfer ban comes to an end.

There is uncertainty over the futures of a number of Chelsea attackers and the Blues have Zaha on their radar should they lose any of their front line.

Chelsea were one of the teams interested in the winger during the summer, but with a transfer ban in place until the end of January, they were unable to show their hand.

According to The Telegraph however they remain keen and will look to make a statement by landing one of the Premier League’s best wide men.

Chelsea’s Pedro looks likely to leave the club in the summer with his contract coming to an end, while there’s also question marks over Willian’s future with the Brazilian stalling over signing a new deal keeping him at Stamford Bridge beyond this season.

It’s widely known that Zaha is keen to play on Europe’s biggest stage and Chelsea, at present, look like a team that could offer him that and pay Palace the quoted £60million+ fee they demand to part with their crown jewel.

Following a summer of speculation, Zaha has finally settled back into the Palace side and showing signs of the form that had a number of Europe’s elite chasing his signature with a goal against Liverpool at the weekend.

Palace travel to Burnley on Saturday.