Published: Wed, December 20, 2017
Sport | By Stuart Potter

Chelsea considering move for former Manchester United winger

Chelsea considering move for former Manchester United winger

The January transfer window is just around the corner meaning clubs are working hard on potential deals so we'll bring you all the latest gossip from around the globe.

Chelsea may be willing to wait till the summer to sign the former Manchester United winger, but the lure of Champions League football and the sense of unfinished business at a big club may well be too much temptation to turn down for Zaha after his previous failed spell at United.

It is reported that City view Zaha, 25, as one alternative for Arsenal's Alexis Sanchez, who is tipped to make a belated move to the Etihad, but also has PSG interested in snapping him up. Things did not work out for Zaha at Old Trafford however, and he moved back to Palace after just one season with the Red Devils.

The Spanish tactician initially wanted to bring in Arsenal star Alexis Sanchez to bolster the City attack, and he nearly succeeded in doing so back in the summer, only to see the move fall through due to the Gunners' failure to sign Thomas Lemar from Monaco.

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Zaha's blistering form for Palace this season has lifted them out of the relegation zone into 14th after suffering the worst start in Premier League history, lifting his value up into the £40m bracket.

Wilfried Zaha has been the shining light in what has been a hard season for Crystal Palace thus far.

Tottenham and Arsenal have previously declared their interest in the Ivory Coast worldwide, with Spurs unable to conclude a deal in the summer.

Zaha's impressive form has seen him catch the eye of Arsenal and Tottenham with the Mirror claiming that the north London duo are both showing a keen interest in signing the attacker.

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