Arsenal will give Crystal Palace the option of signing one of three players in a part-exchange deal for Wilfried Zaha, according to reports in England.
The Gunners fell short with their opening bid of £40m and to add value to their next offer they will look to offer either Carl Jenkinson, Mohamed Elneny or Calum Chambers.
Palace have held an interest in both Chambers and Jenkinson in the past, and the Eagles may be tempted if one of them is included in a bid for Zaha.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka’s departure to Manchester United means they will be after another right-back, and Jenkinson could fit the bill.
Chambers can also play as a fullback, but his best performances out on loan at Fulham last season came as a holding midfielder.
Elneny is the least likely to interest Palace, with manager Roy Hodgson having the likes of Luka Milivojevic and Cheikhou Kouyate in the middle of the park.