A report claims that Manchester United lead the way for Wilfried Zaha’s signature and they can land the Crystal Palace ace for a cut-price fee.
Manchester United are reportedly the frontrunners to sign Wilfried Zaha from Crystal Palace following the permanent appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Red Devils boss helped to revive Zaha’s stuttering career during a 2013-14 loan spell at Cardiff City, where he had mixed success.
According to The Sun, the in-form winger is wanted by a number of clubs, but it is United who lead the way.
Zaha is said to be open to a return to Old Trafford, despite his disastrous first spell in Manchester, and United can land the Ivory Coast international for a cut-price fee.
The report suggests that United get a 25% cut of the profits from Zaha’s next move, meaning that they can essentially knock a quarter of the price off Palace’s valuation.
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