Tottenham Hotspur have joined Liverpool in the race for Crystal Palace winger Yannick Bolasie in the summer, according to the Daily Mirror.

The Congo winger has been in brilliant form this season under Alan Pardew and has been the prime reason behind Palace's flying form since the turn of the year.

The player is expected to be available for anywhere in the range of £20m in the summer and given his Premier League experience, will be a massive addition to any team vying for top honours next season. Tottenham are favourites for his signature given he has his eyes set on staying in London for the foreseeable future.

Spurs chairman Daniel Levy is believed to be a huge fan of the forward and will do everything in the summer to keep him away from the clutches of Liverpool, who are also in the market to spend heavily.

Tottenham are expected to dispense the services of Roberto Soldado and Emmanuel Adebayor in the summer and are looking at options to provide cover for Harry Kane, who has been a one man army for the north London club.

The striker has scored 30 goals this season, more than any other player in England's top flight and has single-handedly kept Tottenham's fight alive in the race for a Champions League spot. However, fatigue and recent results scuppered their hopes of making it into Europe's greatest club competition as Mauricio Pochettino prepares a list of players to challenge for a top four place next season.

Meanwhile, Liverpool are also interested as Brendan Rodgers looks to rectify his mistakes from last summer where he bought a bunch of mediocre players, who failed to fill the void left by the Luis Suarez. The northern Irishman is now desperate to spruce up his attack and Bolasie is among the many players he has identified who will facilitate his top four charge next season.

The winger has two years left on his current contract and has scored four goals in 31 appearances for the club.