Crystal Palace: Wilfried Zaha ‘told the club he wants to leave AGAIN’

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Wilfried Zaha has told Crystal Palace he wants to leave AGAIN and hopes to secure an exit before the start of pre-season training… and the Eagles are open to selling him this summer

  • Wilfried Zaha has told Crystal Palace he wants to leave the club again
  • The attacker has expressed his wish to leave Selhurst Park in recent seasons
  • He has been linked with Arsenal and Everton before but failed to secure a transfer transfer
  • Palace could be willing to cash in after another great season in South London

Crystal Palace is ready to listen to offers for Wilfried Zaha after reiterating that he wanted to leave Selhurst Park.

Zaha has held talks with the club and expressed his wish to leave this summer.

And while they prefer to keep their best player, there is an acceptance at Palace that Zaha is ready to go on for a second time.

Crystal Palace will listen to offers for Wilfried Zaha after he reiterated his wish to leave

The Ivorian, who was closely linked to Arsenal in the past, wants to leave Selhurst Park this summer

The Ivorian, who was closely linked with Arsenal in the past, wants to leave Selhurst Park this summer

He has spent 11 seasons at Palace over two spells, making nearly 400 appearances, scoring 68 goals and 72 assists, and also inspired the club back in the Premier League in 2013.

Last season, Zaha was Palace’s top scorer with 11 goals, and his best-ever Premier League goal was crucial for the Selhurst Park club to secure their top status for another season.

And after his service to the South Londoners, chairman Steve Parish won’t stand in his way if they get a reasonable offer for the 28-year-old, who has a two-year contract left.

A bid of over £30million or a cash-plus-player deal had been priced out for a move in previous summers and could be enough to tempt Palace during this period.

Meanwhile, Christian Benteke has signed a new two-year contract, which will see him stay at Palace until 2023.

Chairman Steve Parish could be tempted to cash in on Zaha after a good season in front of goal

Chairman Steve Parish could be tempted to cash in on Zaha after a good season in front of goal

A bid of over £30million or a cash-plus-player deal could be enough to tempt Crystal Palace

A bid of over £30million or a cash-plus-player deal could be enough to tempt Crystal Palace

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