Arsenal 'haven't made a bid anywhere near' valuation of Wilfried Zaha

Wilfried Zaha tells Crystal Palace that he wants a transfer

Wilfried Zaha tells Crystal Palace that he wants a transfer

But Palace are determined to hold on to Zaha, having already sold Aaron Wan-Bissaka to Manchester United in a £50million deal.

Palace standout Zaha enjoyed a superb campaign last time out, notching 10 goals and 10 assists across 34 Premier League appearances.

Wilfried Zaha has told Crystal Palace that he wants a transfer to Arsenal after returning from the African Cup of Nations.as per Kaveh Solhekol of Sky Sports.

The Ivory Coast star has been the subject of interest from Arsenal this summer, with Hodgson himself declaring the Gunners offer did not come "anywhere near" the club's valuation for him earlier this week.

It was then reported on Thursday that Zaha had told the Eagles he wants to leave.

The same article also says that Gunners boss Unai Emery has been keen to sign Zaha since he scored in Crystal Palace's 3-2 win over Arsenal back in April.

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Not only did Crystal Palace reject the proposal on the part of their fellow Londoners out of hand, but the Eagles" hierarchy were said to have been left "incensed" and "furious'. Arsenal expected to push again in the coming days.

According to the Evening Standard, Everton are ready to rival Arsenal for Wilfried Zaha.

The club are also close to earning £22.5m from the sale of young winger Ademola Lookman to RB Leipzig that should give them more funds to put towards Zaha.

It's believed the Toffees have identified Zaha as a target and are prepared to spend big on marquee signings, but the player does have ambitions of playing in the Champions League.

However, given Zaha's brother has said he wants European football, it may be quite hard for Everton to convince him to join.

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