Having helped the Eagles escaped relegation this season, Wilfred Zaha is presently one of the most sought-after strikers in the League as Manchester City, Chelsea, Liverpool, Arsenal, Tottenham and Manchester United are all vying for his signature in the summer.
The 25-year-old has been an important figure in Roy Hodgson’s team so far this season, he has found the back of the net in eight occasions and has also assisted five goals for his teammates.
The former United flop became a changed player since he joined Crystal Palace last summer, after a forgettable spell at Old Trafford, where he could only manage four appearances for the Red Devils during sir Ferguson’s reign.
All of the interested clubs are reportedly set to make a huge-money offer for his services, considering his exploits at the Selhurst Park stadium.
The Ivorian will definitely be elated to see such high-profile clubs making moves for his services but he will surely face an uphill task in deciding who he wants to join in the summer.
Should he decide to join any of the clubs this summer, the Ivorian would stand a great chance of playing in next season’s Champions League competition but it remains unknown if Hodgson would want to partway with his most influential striker.
According to The Mirror, Zaha is valued at £35m by Crystal Palace but he might see his stock rise up in the summer, depending on how his suitors respond to his initial price tag.