Hull City are likely to put up a fight to keep hold of Mohamed Diame, but Crystal Palace reportedly want to test their resolve.
According to a report on TalkSPORT, Hull City midfielder Mohamed Diame is of interest to Crystal Palace.
Diame has been a standout player in the Championship so far this season, and he has helped the Tigers established a lead at the top of the division.
The Senegalese international has already earned a vast amount of top level experience in his career, during spells with West Ham United and Hull.
And Palace want to give him the opportunity to play in the Premier League again.
Hull have already stated that the are determined to fend off interest for their key players in January, but Alan Pardew’s side’s financial strength may test their resolve.
Palace are keen to add to their team in January, and the 28-year-old is believed to be high up on their wishlist.
If Diame did move to Palace he would be in competition with the likes of James McCarthy and Mile Jedinak for a first team place.