Crystal Palace could be finally set to lose winger, Wilfried Zaha, with Sky Sports reporting that Borussia Dortmund, Monaco, and PSG are all interested in signing the Eagles ace.
Palace are more or less resigned to losing Zaha this summer, while Roy Hodgson has already admitted that the winger faces a big decision this summer in terms of his career progression.
So far, a move hasn’t materialised, despite links to a number of clubs, including Arsenal. But this latest report from Sky is the biggest indicator yet that Zaha will move, with all three being giants of Europe.
Dortmund are potentially on the hunt for a Jadon Sancho replacement, while PSG are always on the lookout for the best talent available.
Palace could well replace Zaha with QPR star, Eberechi Eze, the report goes on. This, despite having a bid rejected already as the R’s look to hold out for closer to £20m for their star man.
A move abroad might be the making of Zaha, he may well be fearful of his past at Man United – TBR View
Although his spell at Old Trafford was as a younger player under a manager who gave him few opportunities, Zaha may still feel he has been burned by that experience.
He may, then, see a move abroad as the ideal tonic to kick on in his career even further. The likes of Jadon Sancho are living proof that it can work out in Germany, while Jude Bellingham has also recently signed for Dortmund.
It’s a big decision for Zaha to make but one that could benefit Palace. Despite his talent, they’re likely to get a hefty fee for their main man and should be able to reinvest it back into the squad.