Crystal Palace ace Wilfried Zaha has admitted he has not ruled out a return to Manchester United as he mulls over his future. Roy Hodgson will be hoping the situation surrounding Zaha is cleared up quickly, so that if he does move on – and the Eagles will want a massive £80million for his services – the boss will then get enough time to spend the money he receives.
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Both Arsenal and Manchester United are said to be very keen to land the player and, despite a poor 18 months at Old Trafford previously where he made just four appearances in 18 months, Zaha has not ruled out a return to the Red Devils. Zaha has admitted United fans have been getting into contact with him on Twitter and Instagram begging him to go back to Manchester.
“I’m getting DMs, ‘Would you come back to Man Utd?'” Zaha told The Jackal magazine. “Oh, really? I was in a bad place then. But I’m good now. “David Moyes arrived and obviously – in general – he had to play older players. “For some games I was not even on the bench. That was tough, very frustrating. You need the manager to trust you and that was not the case.”