Two Premier League clubs are reportedly interested in signing Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha. However, Crystal Palace are reluctant to sell their star player on the deadline day.
Patrick Viera is also happy to keep Zaha at the club. Hence, a big offer is needed to convince Crystal Palace to sell their star player.
TWO PREMIER LEAGUE CLUBS WANT TO SIGN WILFRIED ZAHA
According to reports, two Premier League clubs reportedly want to sign Crystal Palace forward Wilfried Zaha. The two clubs are reportedly Arsenal and Chelsea. The report also claims that both the clubs are preparing bids for the forward. However, it will not be easy to sign the forward. Crystal Palace are reluctant to sell their star forward.
The report also claims that the interested clubs are trying to sign the forward for a price less than his valuation. Arsenal sees him as a cheap alternative to Pedro Neto. Pedro Neto is unlikely to leave the Wolves. Chelsea can also not get the Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang deal over the line. Hence, the Blues are tracking Zaha’s situation at Crystal Palace.
WILFRIED ZAHA IS HAPPY AT CRYSTAL PALACE
The reports add that Zaha is happy to stay at Crystal Palace amid the interest of the top Premier League clubs. He said,
“It’s not been difficult at all [to remain focused],”
“I’ve just been focused on Palace and every game. So it’s not been difficult at all.”
Zaha remains an integral part of Patrick Viera’s lineup in every Premier League game.
The forward also added,
“I go into training, I get on with it and I enjoy it. So I’ve been focused. It’s massive, we’ve got a massive understanding everyone literally understands me. It’s different, it’s hard to explain but it feels like a family here. “
Hence, going by the statements Wilfried Zaha is not going to leave Crystal Palace.
Zaha has been in impressive form during the opening games of the Premier League season. He has scored 4 goals in 4 games. The Ivory Coast also scored 14 goals as Palace finished 12th last season under Patrick Viera.
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