The Daily Mirror reports that Damien Delaney, Julian Speroni and Marouane Chamakh are all in line to earn contract extensions at Crystal Palace.
The trio are some of the most experienced players in the Eagles current squad, and Alan Pardew is hoping to keep them all around.
Pardew has assembled a talented squad at Selhurst Park, and he is determined to keep hold of the bulk of his players, as the club build for the future.
Palace are showing great ambitions, and they do not want to lose any of their first-team squad as they feel that could harm their chances of climbing up the Premier League standings.
Delaney has managed to establish himself as an important figure in the team, with his performances at centre-back always being of a high standard.
Meanwhile, Speroni and Chamakh have fallen down the pecking order as a result of the added quality Palace now have, but Pardew is still keen to keep them around.
The Eagles are reportedly set to enter contract negations with the three of them in the near future, with Dwight Gayle also set to be offered a new deal, according to the Guardian.