Crystal Palace has offered star man Wilfried Zaha a record four-year contract worth over $220,000 a week to stay at Selhurst Park as Arsenal, Chelsea, Paris Saint Germain, and Bayern Munich top a long list of clubs all interested in the wingers’ services.
According to Guardian journalist Ed Aarons however, the 30-year-old winger wants assurances of Palace’s ambitions and their future managerial decision before signing anything. In his second spell at the club since re-joining in 2014, Zaha has consistently been one of Crystal Palace’s top-performing players for a club that has not finished in the top half of the table since 2015 and whose main objective each season is to stay in the Premier League.
Crystal Palace offer Wilfried Zaha record four-year contract worth more than £40m amid interest from Arsenal, Chelsea, PSG, Bayern, Roma and Marseille. Zaha is understood to want assurances over the club’s ambition to qualify for Europe before signing… https://t.co/geTdxwbP36
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Zaha’s contract situation has alerted a list of top clubs around Europe which also includes Roma and Olympique Marseille, who would be able to sign the Ivorian on a free transfer from 1 July if he doesn’t re-sign a contract at Palace, which currently remains his most lucrative offer.
It is believed Zaha’s preferred option would be to join table-topping Arsenal, the club he supported as a boy, and who have been heavily linked with the winger since last week.