Wilfried Zaha will be open to join Manchester United this summer if the club makes an offer, according to telegraph,
Sir Alex Ferguson made his last signing to Zaha on Old Trafford in January 2013, with the wing returning to Crystal Palace for the rest of the season. The unexpected retirement of the Scot in May of that year meant Zacha ended up with David Mois, who acts as if the wing does not actually exist, giving him only four appearances.
Zhaha returns to the Palace and has since established herself as a talisman's force in the attack, terrorizing the teams with a direct, ferocious escape on the left.
And according to telegraphJason Burt, Zhaha believes he has a feeling of unfinished work with United, where he is forced to feel "useless" and will be open to returning Old Trafford this summer if the club is interested in signing it. Ole Gunnar Solskayer signed Zaha on a loan as Cardiff City manager in 2014 and wants to add another great player to his team.
Zacha is reportedly committed to relocating Selhurst Park this summer. The palace has put a mark of £ 100 million on its head, although a £ 70 million fee may be acceptable.