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Sport Spurs want Wilfried Zaha to move to North London

23:56  14 may  2018
23:56  14 may  2018 Source:   readsport.co

Five of the Premier League top six all chasing Wilfried Zaha

  Five of the Premier League top six all chasing Wilfried Zaha Manchester City, Tottenham, Liverpool, Chelsea and Arsenal are all keeping tabs on Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha, according to the Daily Mirror. Zaha’s former club Manchester United seem to be the only top club not interested in signing the Ivorian star. Spurs are most likely to make the first move on Zaha, as Manchester City’s first choice would be Riyad Mahrez, and Chelsea and Arsenal still need to resolve their manager situations. Champions League finalists Liverpool could also be in with a shout but Palace will be looking for big money for one of the hottest properties in the league. Ex-Eagles chaiman Simon Jordan thinks the Ivorian star could go for between £50m and £70m. “I think Wilfried Zaha is a £50million to £70million player in this market place. If you put him in a side that has some real balance and poise about it, you’d only get more from him. I think £50m would be the lowest he should go for. I think he’ll go for nearer £70m.” The 25-year-old said last week that he can’t see himself leaving Palace this window but isn’t ruling out a return to one of the top six clubs at some point in the future.

TOTTENHAM target Wilfried Zaha has rejected a new Crystal Palace contract because he is keen to move to White Hart Lane. Zaha joined Manchester United for £15million in 2013 but moved back to south London just two seasons later after failing to settle up north .

Tottenham are chasing Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha in a £45m deal. The Eagles believe they are in a strong position Villa demanding £40m for a player still relatively unproven in the Premier League, Spurs are now once again looking at Zaha — who would be tempted to move to North London .

Tottenham are ready to beat Manchester City to the signing of Wilfried Zaha this summer, reports the Telegraph.

Zaha is of main interest to Manchester City but Spurs want to rival that in trying to tempt the Ivorian international away from Selhurst Park.

The 25-year-old is the star man at Palace, his nine goals this season are the best return of his Premier League career.

His form hasn’t gone unnoticed either, he won the April player of the month award after four goals which sealed safety for the South London club.

Wilfried Zaha posing for a picture: Steve Bardens/Getty Images Sport © Steve Bardens/Getty Images Sport Steve Bardens/Getty Images Sport

Spurs are looking to improve their squad to fight on the league front as well as in the Champions League next season, and Zaha could be the missing piece for them. His trickery down the left would allow Son Heung-Min to be a permanent player up top.

Liverpool consider summer move for Wilfried Zaha

  Liverpool consider summer move for Wilfried Zaha Liverpool are one of the sides keeping tabs on Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha with a view to a possible summer move, according to the Daily Mirror. Zaha’s former club Manchester United seem to be the only top club not interested in signing the Ivorian star as Manchester City, Tottenham, Chelsea and Arsenal are also said to be considering making a bid for him. Spurs are most likely to make the first move on Zaha, as Man City’s first choice would be Riyad Mahrez, and Chelsea and Arsenal still need to resolve their manager situations. Champions League finalists Liverpool could also be in with a shout but Palace will be looking for big money for one of the hottest properties in the league. Ex-Eagles chaiman Simon Jordan thinks the Ivorian star could go for between £50m and £70m. “I think Wilfried Zaha is a £50million to £70million player in this market place. If you put him in a side that has some real balance and poise about it, you’d only get more from him. I think £50m would be the lowest he should go for. I think he’ll go for nearer £70m.” The 25-year-old said last week that he can’t see himself leaving Palace this window but isn’t ruling out a return to one of the top six clubs at some point in the future.

Zaha , 25, almost single-handedly kept Palace up last season but he now sees his future elsewhere. The Times say Zaha snubbed a new deal and that he Zaha joined Manchester United for £15million in 2013 but moved back to south London just two seasons later after failing to settle up north .

Tottenham transfer news: Wilfried Zaha wants to move to Spurs . But the 25-year-old failed to break into the first team, making just four appearances for the Red Devils before moving back to London a year later, and the forward is now one of the hottest properties in the Premier League.

The Eagles would struggle to live without Zaha right now, they didn’t pick up a single point without him this season so any offer would have to be remarkable.

Roy Hodgson is rumoured to be looking for a fee of around £50 million, to allow Palace to reinforce their squad with more talent.

Crystal Palace v West Bromwich Albion - Premier League © Christopher Lee/Getty Images Sport Crystal Palace v West Bromwich Albion - Premier League

Tottenham eyeing move for Zaha .
Mauricio Pochettino has made Wilfired Zaha one of his top priorities after signing a new Tottenham contract, reports the Mail Online. The Spurs boss signed a five-year deal worth around £8.5 million a year to stay with the club, and expects a considerable budget to help him take the club to the next level. The Argentine wants £100 million to guarantee trophies with Palace star Zaha, Manchester United’s Anthony Martial and Fulham wonder kid Ryan Sessegnon on their wish list as Tottenham look for at least one big signing before they move to their new stadium. Zaha has had an impressive season. The 25-year-old has scored nine goals this season, the best return of his Premier League career. His form was noticed at the end of the season as he won April’s Premier League player of the month award after scoring four goals which sealed safety for the South London club. Pochettino sees Zaha as a player that can take Spurs to the next level. His trickery down the left would allow Son Heung-Min to be a permanent player up top. Palace, however, will be hoping to keep hold of their star man as they look to push on under Roy Hodgson next season.

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