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Gunners and United interested in latest 'conveyor belt' talent

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Crystal Palace starlet Wilfred Zaha is being tracked by Arsenal and Manchester United.

The 18-year-old, who had been linked with Liverpool, is the latest in a long line of star players to come off the Palace conveyor belt of talent, following in the footsteps of Victor Moses, Ben Watson, John Bostock and Tom Soares.

And such is his talent that United and Arsenal are interested in bringing the striker to the Premier League.

 

Arsenal have a strong reputation of bringing through young players into the first team after Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey signed from the Championship to become intrinsic cogs in the Gunners side.

United have a similar reputation, but the Old Trafford club are more willing to import players from abroad that their counterparts.

Zaha isn't the only players both Arsenal and United are fighting it out for with Pepe Reina, Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Yann M'Vila all coveted by the Premier League's top two.

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