The Ivory Coast international is an outstanding performer for Crystal Palace.
But his impressive performance has not gone unnoticed
Starsport understands that the Toffees are serious contenders for his signature.
But The Times believes Zaha would prefer a move to Spurs.
The Palace refuses to leave its valuable asset on the property
It is estimated by Palace Bonzes to be around £ 70 million.
Both Everton and Spurs are ready to offer players to force their prize.
"Tottenham's transfer goal Wilfried Zaha is also sought by Everton"
Mauricio Pochettino will face flop midfielder Moussa Sissoko.
The Toffees are ready to exchange Palace old boy Yannick Bolasie to get her husband.
Despite the speculation, Roy Hodgson claims that he has no plans to relieve Zaha.
"What the people at Wilf seem to forget is that he has a four-year contract," he said  "There's every year Speculation for [Lionel] Messi and [Cristiano] also Ronaldo.
"He is our player for the next four years and the club has no interest or desire to sell him.