Manchester United’s iconic and legendary manager Sir Alex Ferguson managed to complete his move for Ivorian winger Wilfred Zaha from Crystal Palace before he passed the baton to his successor David Moyes in 2013.
Zaha featured in just two Premier games but failed to convince David Moyes of his qualities as he was released by the former Everton manager.
Though the lively winger has since returned to the Selhurst Park Stadium, his influence at Old Trafford is still being felt after helping new signing Aaron Wan-Bisaka settle down without stress.
Wan-Bisaka, who was Zaha’s teammate during his time with the Eagles, revealed that he gets lots of advice from the Ivorian winger on how things are being done at Old Trafford because he was a former United player.
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“They (former teammates) still give me advice on games, wish me good luck. I still speak to them, especially him (Zaha) as he was at United…you know, how things are here.”
“And he just told me to keep my head down and just keeping working hard.” he said.
Wan-Bisaka has obviously settled down at the Theatre of Dreams having featured in eight games for Solskjaer’s men in all competitions, and he has cemented a spot in the team’s starting XI.