Wilfried Zaha’s services are heavily sought after following a blinding start to the season.
The Crystal Palace forward has scored 8 goals and laid out 2 assists in 14 Premier League games this term.
Paris Saint-Germain and AC Milan are reportedly weighing up a move for the 28-year-old. Zaha had always wanted to leave Crystal Palace following a period spent on reigniting his career. A move to Arsenal was very close in 2018 but it was put off by their decision to sign Nicolas Pepe instead.
Those same rumours resurfaced last summer but Arsenal needed reinforcements elsewhere. Right now any move to the Emirates seem dead. The Gunners will have other players in mind. That does not mean Zaha is not wanted. He is a pretty attractive piece for many European outfits.
Manager, Roy Hodgson thinks Palace will wither the transfer storm for Zaha once again. He claimed, “There has been so much speculation regarding Wilf over the years that I tend to let those concerns disappear, as they often do… Wilf’s good and it doesn’t surprise me that there’s clubs out there who would like to sign him, but a lot of things have to be put in place before a player leaves a club.”