Mino Raiola is poised to make a play for Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha, according to reports.
Zaha failed in his attempts to force a move to Arsenal during the summer. The Daily Mail clam the 26-year-old is unhappy with his management company USM and has given notice he intends to move on.
The forwards unhappiness stems from USMs failure to engineer his switch to Arsenal after Palace slapped a huge asking price on his head.
Zaha handed in a transfer request, but Palace refused to lower their demands and Arsenal moved onto other targets, signing Nicolas Pepe from Lille.
Raiola has a host of high-profile clients, including Zlatan Ibrahimovic, Mario Balotelli, Matthijs de Ligt and Lorenzo Insigne.
While Roy Hodgson says Zaha has been a model professional since return to the first-team fold, the goalscorer blames USM for his failed move to Arsenal.
Zahas contract with USM expires next summer. It is unclear if Arsenal will revive their interest in Zaha after committing huge funds to the signing of Pepe.
Everton attempted a last-ditch move for Zaha, but could not agree a deal with Palace.
The unfortunate thing for Wilf is that offer did not come his way from the sort of club that he would want, Hodgson said about Zaha.