As reported by the Daily Mail, West Brom are interested in signing Jedinak this summer, with Palace making him available for transfer.
The 30-year-old Australian midfielder has been a stalwart for the Eagles since their return to the top flight, captaining the London club and establishing himself as one of the best midfielders in the entire Premier League.
However, Alan Pardew has made it known that Jedinak may not have a future at Selhurst Park, and with Palace willing to listen for offers for him, West Brom are reportedly interested in signing him.
Baggies head coach Tony Pulis worked with Jedinak during his short time at Selhurst Park, and he is keen on bringing the all-action midfielder to the Hawthorns this summer, as he looks to bolster his squad ahead of next season.
Pulis is looking to add drive and energy to a midfield lacking in both, and a move for Jedinak could suit the player and both clubs involved.
Since signing for Palace in 2011, Jedinak has made 143 appearances, scoring 10 goals and registering 10 assists. He has 24 games to his name this term, having missed portions of the season through injury, as well as due to representing his nation at the Asian Cup.