Crystal Palace are finally looking to accept Wilfried Zaha leaving the club this summer. The Ivory Coast international has been linked with a move away from the club for seasons but the Eagles have always blocked a transfer for the forward. Mirror reports that Zaha has been made available on the market this summer.
Palace insisted in the past that Zaha would only go for a record fee, but it is now believed that the club are more flexible and could be open to negotiate deals this summer. Earlier on Palace demanded around €100m for Zaha but it seems that fee could be much lower this summer after the forward had a poor season for Palace.
Everton and Tottenham Hotspur are being put forward as two possible destinations for Zaha, who has made it clear to Palace he wants to join a club that plays Champions League. The former Manchester United winger has also been linked with a move to Borussia Dortmund as a replacement for Jadon Sancho.
And if the Germans push through their interest in Zaha, Palace could try to negotiate their way out of a percentage of the sale they are owed to Manchester United if they were to ever sell Zaha. Meaning that Palace will accept a lower bid from Dortmund for Zaha if United drop the sale on percentage as they complete the signing of Sancho.