The Eagles made an offer with an initial payment of £8million up front, with a further £4m in add-ons to take the total package to £12million.
However, some of those add-ons were rather ambitious and based on the team qualifying for European competitions.
QPR thought the add-on clauses were unrealistic and have asked Crysal Palace to make another bid in the region of their £20m valuation, according to the Sun.
Palace has since told QPR that they don’t believe Eze is worth any more than a £10million fee up front.
With interest from elsewhere, QPR are rather unwilling to negotiate much further and have only told Palace to come back with a ‘serious offer’ – as they insist it will cost them a lot to replace Eze’s quality.
The midfielder is ready for a move to the Premier League and is keen to talk to Palace but QPR are willing to fight and not be bullied into selling their talisman for a low fee.
West Ham are also interested in the 22-year-old, but are waiting to see what happens with Declan Rice beforehand so they could spend some of the money if the Chelsea target was sold.
However, the Hammers do have the advantage of using striker Jordan Hugill to sweeten the deal for QPR. A deal of £15m plus Hugill is believed to be enough to seal Eze’s signature.