Wilfried Zaha has dismissed the suggestion he could be tempted to leave Crystal Palace this summer if another club came calling. The 26-year-old signed a bumper new contract last summer, tying him to the Eagles until 2023 in a move that looked like it would put an end to all the speculation over the forward’s future.
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However, German outfit Borussia Dortmund made enquiries as to Zaha’s availability during the January transfer window and could reignite their pursuit come the end of this season. With Tottenham and Manchester United also still thought to hold the Ivory Coast international – valued at around £75million – in high regard, it could once again be another summer dominated by rumours about Zaha’s future.
In an effort to put a stop to the speculation before it starts, Zaha has insisted he is not planning to move on from Selhurst Park come the end of the campaign. “My future is at Palace. I am at Palace, I am not thinking about anything [else]. I’m just playing my football and I will just see what the future holds for me,” he told Sky Sports.