The attacker would be perfect for Alan Pardew's side.
Chelsea have plenty of players out on loan at the moment, including some names that many will forget are even Chelsea players.
One such name is that of Victor Moses.
Chelsea snapped up the Nigerian international from Wigan Athletic in 2012 for a fee reported by the BBC to be in the £9 million region.
But since joining Chelsea he has failed to meet expectations. He played just 23 Premier League games for Chelsea in the 2012/13 season and was loaned out to Liverpool last term. He made less of an impact at Anfield but has been reasonably impressive at Stoke City this season.
But should his first team go in for his services? Should Crystal Palace bid in the summer?
Moses was as Crystal Palace from the age of 11 before leaving for Wigan in 2010.
Alan Pardew appears to have led The Eagles to safety and ambition will be the key to remaining in the Premier League next season.
They need top quality talent and the arrival of Moses would give them a frightening attacking foursome alongside Yannick Bolasie, Jason Puncheon and Wilfried Zaha.
The signing would mirror that of Zaha's. Like the former Manchester United man he first made a name for himself at Palace before heading off for new adventures but in recent times, it has been tough for Moses.
A return home is paying dividends for Zaha at the moment, could it do the same for the Chelsea outcast?