A long-term target of both Liverpool and Spurs could leave next summer for well below his market value.
It appears that Alan Pardew is seeking a winger, and has been linked with a Manchester United youngster and a Blackpool prodigy.
When it comes to picking up tournament experience at a young age, Thomas Ince had a headstart on the rest of England's Under-21 squad.
The Blackpool player will likely make the step up to the Premier League this summer, and Tottenham Hotspur are reportedly keen to rival Liverpool for his signature.
Zaha has already confirmed a move to Manchester United this summer, and with Liverpool reportedly interested in bringing Ince back to Anfield, who might have the better debut year in the top flight.
Considering the winner of Championship player of the year was Watford striker Matej Vydra, four months junior of the Blackpool winger, how exactly did this one work out?
Remember when Mario Balotelli tried to confront Joey Barton at the Etihad last season on the final day? No chance of that now...
A father-son dynamic is about to commence at Bloomfield Road. But will it help or hinder a move back to Liverpool for Tom Ince?
Leeds United, Ipswich Town, Nottingham Forest and Blackburn Rovers all feature.
Both Tom Ince and Wilfried Zaha are likely to be much talked about figures this transfer month with Liverpool, Manchester United, Tottenham and Arsenal all keen, yet despite Zaha's seemingly slightly greater allure is it Blackpool's Ince that looks the better capture? Simon Bunn investigates.