Manchester United attacker Wilfried Zaha is set to join Crystal Palace on a permanent deal after failing to impress at Old Trafford.
Wilfried Zaha has admitted that he would like to make his loan move to a permanent deal at Crystal Palace, according to the Sun.
The Englishman will return to Manchester United in the summer as his loan deal expires at the end of the season.
Zaha who moved to Crystal Palace in 2013 was the last signing made by Sir Alex Ferguson before his retirement.
The 22-year-old has not been impressive for United since his move. He has only made four appearances and has spent most of his time away from United on loan.
Zaha spent 2013-2014 season at Cardiff City while currently he is with his boyhood club Crystal Palace.
Alan Pardew who was named as the new manager of the Eagles is also keen to land him on a permanent deal. With Zaha further admitting that it would be great to return on a permanent deal.
“Coming back to Palace would be great but that’s in the future, so I’ll decide then.”
Despite of the current struggling position of the Eagles in the Premier League he is still happy to rejoin his side. He is confident that the new boss can surely help the club in climbing the table.
“I’m just glad I’m part of it and I think we can definitely stay up.”
Columnist: Simon Oates