The 23-year-old Ivory Coast-born English international Wilfried Zaha will not be leaving Crystal Palace for less than £50 million, according to Eagles manager Alan Pardew.
Having helped his team record their first Premier League win of the season with an assist for Christian Benteke’s opener and with a goal of his own at Middlesbrough to seal a 2-1 triumph, Wilfried Zaha has once again proven his importance and value for Crystal Palace.
England international has been a subject of intense speculation during the summer transfer window, with Crystal Palace rejecting a £12 million bid from Tottenham.
The player himself was believed to have been eager to make a move to White Hart Lane, but Zaha showed great response after intense speculation and is once again starring for his club, with clubs expected to be lining up to snap him as early as the January transfer window.
All potential suitors for the 23-year-old winger however will now be forced to play at least £50 million if they want to secure Zaha’s signature, according to Alan Pardew.