Brian Marwood, the Eastlands football administrator, held initial talks over a potential move for Moses last week but was taken aback by the club's £5million valuation.
But Marwood wants to hold a second round of talks with Palace this week and will head down to Selhurst Park on Saturday to run the rule over Moses when Palace take on Bristol City in the Championship.
The south Londoners have only received a bid of £1.5m from West Bromwich and doubts remain whether prospective suitors including Everton, Liverpool and Birmingham, will match the cash-strapped Eagles' valuation.
I've not seen much of Moses aside from our victory earlier in the season in the Carling Cup, but he does come with a good reputation and is clearly on the radar of a number of sides.
It would be a perplexing signing for me though as Mancini will know nothing about him. Quite where he would fit into the squad though I don't know, and equally I'm not sure he is necessarily slated as 'one for the future' given his age and that he is very much a first team regular at Palace.
I'm sure there would be more likely (and more suitable) options out there.