Ivory coast international Wilfred Zaha will snub Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal to join Manchester United, reports the Telegraph.
Since moving to Crystal Palace in the summer of 2014, the 26-year-old attacker has steadily improved upon his game. He is not just their most valuable Palace player but one of the most potent wingers in the Premier League.
He had a short and unforgettable stint at Manchester United between 2013 and 2015 where he failed to show his quality. The fans of the Red Devils were full of expectation for the star but he failed to stake a claim in the first team of the side.
Although he extended his contract with Palace only recently, the report claim he has informed the club of his desire to leave – with Chelsea, Tottenham and Arsenal heavily linked with a move for him.
Palace are willing to let their star winger leave but they will not budge to a fee less than their £100m valuation for him, according to the Telegraph. Knowing the spending power of the London clubs, Zaha would prefer rejoining his old club, Man United.
The Red Devils have a plethora of attackers within their fold but Ole Gunner Solskjaer is keen on overhauling his squad, that would provide space for a player like Zaha.