Manchester United ‘will receive MILLIONS if Wilfried Zaha leaves Crystal Palace this summer, while Red Devils get 25 per cent of his transfer fee’
- Manchester United profit financially if Wilfried Zaha leaves Crystal Palace
- United are entitled to 25 percent of Zaha’s transfer fee after selling him in 2015
- Zaha, who has scored 11 league goals this season, has indicated that he wants to leave
Manchester United will receive a financial boost as Wilfried Zaha leaves Crystal Palace this summer.
Zaha has reiterated that he wants to leave Palace and chairman Steve Parish will not stand in the way of the Ivory Coast international if a suitable offer is made for him.
As reported by Manchester Evening NewsUnited will receive 25 percent of Zaha’s transfer fee if he moves.
Manchester United will receive 25 percent of Wilfried Zaha’s transfer fee if he leaves Crystal Palace
Palace sold Zaha to United in 2013 for £10.58 million, but he ended up playing only four times for the Red Devils and was loaned out to Cardiff.
After a loan spell at Palace, Zaha returned permanently to Selhurst Park in February 2015, with United insisting on including a resale clause in the £6 million deal.
United included the resale clause in the deal when they sold Zaha back to Palace in 2015
United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could get a boost in terms of funds if Zaha leaves Palace
Zaha, who has a two-year contract with Palace, has scored 11 goals in the Premier League this season.
Tottenham and Everton are among the clubs linked with Zaha, who can be sold for £40 million. In such circumstances United would receive £10 million.
During his two stints with Palace, Zaha has made 393 appearances.