Manchester City have joined Chelsea and Arsenal in the race to sign Wilfried Zaha.

The Crystal Palace winger has been one of the most consistent players in the Premier League this season.

Despite missing two months with a knee injury, Zaha has scored four times to help the Eagles climb out of the relegation zone.

And the Mirror reports league leaders Manchester City will consider bidding £40m for the wideman if they fail to land top target Alexis Sanchez next month.

Arsenal are also monitoring Zaha as a replacement for contract rebels Sanchez and Mesut Ozil, who could both leave in January.

However, Palace are said to have rejected any notion of selling Zaha, who signed a long-term deal in May.

Roy Hodgson’s men travel to relegation rivals Swansea on Saturday.