Crystal Palace and Wilfried Zaha have an agreement in place that will see the club evaluate any offer that comes in for the winger, Michael Bridge has told The Transfer Tavern.
Zaha has made his desire to play for a top European side known, discussing the matter in an interview with The Face back in May.
He has since been linked with both Everton and Tottenham, who are both said to be interested in him, though nothing is yet to materialise.
Should Palace allow Zaha to leave?
Should a bid eventually be made by either club, however, it will be considered, according to Bridge.
“This is how it stands right now. There’s an agreement with him and the board that they would look at any offers if they came in,” the Sky Sports journalist said.
“He’s got a fantastic relationship with Steve Parish and Dougie Freedman. He hasn’t really been a moment’s problem; he hasn’t gone on strike.”
If Palace do end up keeping Zaha, then this would have been a really great transfer window for the club.
The Eagles have managed to reinvigorate an ageing defence by bringing in both Marc Guehi, 21, and Joachim Andersen, 25, from Chelsea and Lyon respectively. The duo look likely to replace the likes of Gary Cahill, who is now 35, and Scott Dann.
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