Blackpool chairman Karl Oyston has offered Tom Ince a new deal so that Premier League clubs will not be interested.
Tom Ince has been involved in two transfer sagas in the past two transfer windows.
The first was interest from his previous club Liverpool who offered to re-buy the player one and a half years after he left Anfield.
Cardiff offered Blackpool £8 million but the 21 year old turned the move down because of family reasons.
If another Premier League club is interested in signing the England Under 21s, he will not be cheap. Speaking to BBC Radio Lancashire chairman Ince's, manager and father Paul believes that he is worrth more than Wilfred Zaha.
He said: "If you're talking £15m for Wilfred Zaha, Thomas has got to be £25m. If you compare the two, Thomas should cost more."
Moving up a division doesn't guarantee first team football which is the case with Wilfred Zaha at Manchester United.
Since his £15 million summer move to the champions Wilfred Zaha has made two appearances off the bench in the Premier League and could be going out on loan this January.
That leaves Ince the option to play abroad with Dutch club Ajax leading the way.
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