Crystal Palace attacker Wilfried Zaha has reportedly been offered a contract of £44m over four years by Chinese Super League outfit Dalian Yifang.
Zaha only recently signed a new long-term deal with Palace, which is believed to earn the 26-year-old in the region of £130,000 a week.
However, according to the Daily Mail, Dalian Yifang are willing to approximately triple Zaha’s salary to £11m – after tax – a year if he completes a move to the Chinese club in the January transfer window.
The report, however, makes no mention of a possible transfer figure for the Ivory Coast international.
Palace resisted interest from Tottenham Hotspur to keep Zaha during the summer, and the former Manchester United attacker has scored three times in 15 Premier League appearances this season.
Dalian Yifang, who are managed by former Real Madrid boss Bernd Schuster, were only founded in 2009.