Wilfried Zaha has told Crystal Palace that he wants the leave the club this month as speculation towards a move to North London heightens.
The Ivorian international looks set to leave Palace this summer after two summers of speculation.
Zaha, who is now 28, re-joined Palace in 2015 after he failed to break into the Manchester United side, and his former team are interested in regaining his services.
However, it's the link with Arsenal and Tottenham that have gained the most traction, and following the departure of Roy Hodgson, Zaha is ready to move on from Selhurst Park – according to The Times.
Zaha joined Palace in 2004, and graduated from the club's academy until he got his big-money move to United in 2013.
However, but-ups with David Moyes saw Zaha move back to Palace, where he has thrilled audiences ever since.
He won't come cheap, however, Zaha still has two years left on his contract, and he currently earns a reported £120,000-a-week.
Arsenal are in the market for a winger – as Mikel Arteta looks set for a major squad overhaul – and Tottenham could push for Zaha should Harry Kane leave.
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Crystal Palace are currently without a manager, and names such as Nuno Espirito Santo, Frank Lampard, and Eddie Howe have been linked with the vacant post.
And the right manager choice could convince Zaha to stay.
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