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Crystal Palace have made a bid for Tom Ince, with reports suggesting Ian Holloway is hoping for a reunion with the winger.
Palace are preparing for a big season in the Premier League after winning their play-off final against Watford to secure promotion, and the side will be looking for a replacement for Manchester United-bound Wilfried Zaha.
The Mirror claims that Holloway believes Ince is the perfect match, and despite recent interest from both Liverpool and Tottenham, the England U21 international could decide to become a part of Palace's ambition to stay in the Premier League.
Ince has often spoken of the possibility of moving to Liverpool, and while he was working under Holloway the manager had to stave off interest in his best player as the Reds put in a bid.
"I heard someone say this week that my brilliant youngster Tom Ince will be heading for the Premier League in January," he said last September, speaking of the young star.
But now, after moving to Palace and getting the side promoted, Holloway is on the other side of the table, and is reportedly hoping to offer just £4m for Ince, shy of the £5m offer Liverpool put in last year.
Tottenham have shown interest in the youngster more recently, with Andre Villas-Boas believed to be looking at him as a possibility to add more depth in an area that sorely missed Aaron Lennon when he was out of action in the new year.