Blackpool winger Tom Ince is being targetted by Crystal Palace, Swansea City and Cardiff City, according to Sky Sports.
Blackpool value their player in the region of £8m, and the England U21 international has long been attracting the interest of Premier League clubs.
Carling Cup winners Swansea City would see Ince as an ideal player to play in Laudrup's favoured 4-3-3 formation, whilst Cardiff are looking for new recruits to ensure they stay in the Premier League at the first attempt.
However, Crystal Palace are now seen as favourites to sign the former Liverpool winger, after Ince worked extensively with Holloway during his time with Blackpool. The Eagles are also on the lookout for a replacement winger, after losing Wilfried Zaha to Manchester United.
Crystal Palace are yet to learn whether Zaha will return to Selhurst Park next season on loan, or if new manager David Moyes will use the winger in his first team next season.
Ince had another successful spell at Blackpool last season, after he scored 18 goals and was nominated for the Young Player of the Year award.
Ince has also featured predominantly in the England U21 side of late, but unfortunately the Young Lions crashed out of the European U21 Championships in Israel this week.
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