Wilfried Zaha has proved that he has been a fundamental part of Crystal Palace’s bid for survival he has attracted interest from hosts of Premier League clubs including Chelsea and Arsenal.
The 25-year-old has found the back of the net eight times and provided five assists in 28 Premier League games for the Eagles this campaign, with Roy Hodgson’s side escaping the drop and pushing on for a top 10 finish.
And the former England national team head-coach is desperate to keep Zaha at Selhurst Park despite interest from Arsenal and Chelsea.
Nevertheless, according to The Mirror, Palace may have a serious problem on their hands as the London duo are desperately chasing a new winger for the next campaign.
Chelsea have been in danger to lose both Willian and Eden Hazard after the end of the current campaign, on the other hand, Arsenal have yet to sign a quality replacement for Alexis Sacnchez.
Meanwhile, Manchester City which missed out of signing Alexis Sanchez during the January transfer window also considers Zaha as a perfect alternative for Chilean superstar.
After that disappointing spell at Man Utd Zaha has found his best form at Crystal Palace proving the Red Devils that they have made a mistake by selling him,
If Roy Hodgson can show proof that Crystal Palace have plans in place to continue to move in the right direction Zaha could remain at Selhurst Park with 25-year-old forward earlier last month revealed that he feels ‘happy’ with the Eagles.