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Wilfried Zaha’s agent says Crystal Palace star ‘deserves a new challenge’


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‘He deserves a new challenge and a top club’: Wilfried Zaha’s agent hints at January move for Crystal Palace star

  • Wilfried Zaha was denied a move in the summer from Crystal Palace
  • His agent believes he merits a transfer during the January window
  • Everton and Arsenal led the interest for the Ivory Coast international 

Wilfried Zaha’s agent has stoked the flames of a potential January move for the Crystal Palace star after saying he ‘deserves a new challenge’.

Zaha wanted to leave Palace in the summer and move to a Champions League club but was forced to stay put at Selhurst Park.

Everton and Arsenal led the interest for Zaha in the summer but neither could meet Palace’s demands. 

Wilfried Zaha’s agent has stoked the flames of a potential January move for Crystal Palace star

After a slow start Zaha has found form in recent weeks with Palace now sitting in the top half of the table. 

His agent, Federico Pastorello, believes the Ivory Coast international could feature in a busy window next month.

‘I think he really deserves a new challenge and a top club, because he is really a top player,’ Pastorello told Sky Sports News.

‘It is surprising me because I read about a possible move in the summer but he stayed again. 

Federico Pastorello believes his client deserves a new challenge and a top club

Federico Pastorello believes his client deserves a new challenge and a top club

Zaha shakes hands with manager Roy Hodgson after Tuesday's win over Bournemouth

Zaha shakes hands with manager Roy Hodgson after Tuesday’s win over Bournemouth

‘But this season he is proving that he is very focused and concentrated, so think he could be another good opportunity in the January market.

Pastorello is expecting Tottenham, Manchester United and Chelsea to be heavily involved in the transfer window. 

‘There have been a lot of changes in the Premier League in terms of managers’, he said.

‘Sometimes when you do that you need to face his needs tactically. So expect maybe Tottenham being a bit more protagonist in the market, maybe Manchester United too.

‘Let’s see what happens in Chelsea too, because the ban is not sure. If they remove that they may need to do something. In Europe there are some clubs like Inter and AC Milan that maybe need to improve their squad.’ 

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