Former Premier League striker Dean Windass has exclusively told The Transfer Tavern that Everton could revisit their interest for Wilfried Zaha this summer.
Zaha has enjoyed another impressive season for the Londoners, scoring 10 times in 25 appearances to help guide Palace to Premier League safety once more.
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He ended up staying with his boyhood club but turns 29 in November and is approaching a pivotal period in his career, with Palace seemingly losing value on the 28-year-old with every passing year.
Everton and Arsenal were both strongly linked with Zaha back in 2019 when Marco Silva was manger, although the Gunners ended up signing his Ivory Coast teammate Nicolas Pepe, which allowed Alex Iwobi to make the switch to Merseyside.
But with Iwobi failing to live up to his £34m price-tag, Windass believes that Ancelotti might consider registering his interest in the Palace winger.
He told The Transfer Tavern:
“They’ve done well this season, I called it they’d get relegated this year.
“He’s been there since he was a kid, but does he want another relegation battle next season – or does he want to be pushing for sixth or seventh with Everton, or someone like that? Technically in the wide areas, Ancelotti is probably looking for somebody like that.”
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