Although Palace are reluctant to sell, they are expected to coup around £10million from the sale. However, it is thought that the Eagles want more in the region of £15-20m.
If Palace are to sell, it is thought the deal would be completed in the first week of the transfer window so they can use the fee to reinforce the squad with other players using the fee.
It’s no secret that Zaha has expressed his desire to play in the Premier League. He has played over 100 times in the Championship and scored twelve times since making his debut in March 2010.
Zaha is the latest young talent in a long list that has came out of Selhurst Park including Victor Moses, who after moving to Wigan Athletic is now playing his trade at Chelsea.
Have a look at this compilation of Wilfred Zaha.