Crystal Palace Digging In To Keep Chelsea and Tottenham Target Wilfried Zaha

Crystal Palace Digging In To Keep Chelsea and Tottenham Target Wilfried Zaha

Zaha, the 25-year-old former England worldwide who recently switched his allegiance to Ivory Coast, has been Palace's best performer since earning them a Premier League promotion back in 2013 and although the winger had a failed stint with Manchester United, his second spell at Selhurst Park helped the Eagles to retain top-flight status defying odds.

He is settled in London and showed his ability last campaign by hitting nine goals and providing three assists for Roy Hodgson's side.

Zaha has been linked with a move to Chelsea but Palace are unwilling to let their star man goes. Tottenham are also interested in the Ivory Coast global.

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It is claimed that the winger, who spent 18 months at Manchester United before returning to Palace, wants to push for a move to Chelsea.

As per Mirror, Wilfried Zaha is keen on departing Palace this window, and could put in an official transfer request soon. The Blues though, have been more concrete with their interest in the 25-year-old.

The same article states that the Blues are willing to use England global Danny Drinkwater in an attempt to sign Zaha to improve their attack.

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As a result, the Ivory Coast global has attracted interest from the likes of Chelsea, Borussia Dortmund and the Red Devils. Meanwhile, Tottenham are also weighing up a move for the player, although Palace are reportedly confident of keeping hold of him.

According to the Sun, Chelsea were front-runners for Zaha as they would probably need a replacement for either Willian or Eden Hazard if the iconic duo leaves Stamford Bridge this season.

But they shouldn't worry too much yet, as the club have no pressure to sell the Ivorian should the Blues not come close to the £70 million Parish wants as he's tied down to a long-term contract.

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The race to sign Zaha is getting increasingly unpredictable. An interesting next few days beckon.