By William Joyce
Yannick Bolasie has not yet agreed a new deal with Crystal Palace but talks are continuing, Goal can reveal.
Bolasie was one of Palace's most impressive performers during the 2013-14 campaign as Tony Pulis's side defied the odds to finish 11th, despite being rooted to the bottom of the table at the start of December.
The DR Congo international, who has earned three caps for his country since 2013, has just 12 months left on his current deal and Palace are desperate for him to sign a new contract after reported interest from the likes of Liverpool and Everton.
No deal has been agreed yet, though, with Bolasie's representative John Sorzano telling Goal: "There is no new deal agreed with Yannick and the club.
"Talks are continuing with Palace, as they have been for a number of weeks but he is certainly not about to sign anything."
Pulis has already moved to extend Marouane Chamakh's contract, with the former Arsenal striker agreeing a two-year deal to remain at Selhurst Park and goalkeeper Julian Speroni has also signed a new one-year contract.
The club have been active in the summer transfer market too, with Fraizer Campbell having joined the club from Cardiff City, while Norwegian centre-back Brede Hangeland has arrived on a free transfer following his release from Fulham.