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Manchester United star wanted by Pulis

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Crystal Palace boss Tony Pulis has revealed that he would be interested in the signing of Manchester United star Wilfried Zaha, reports talkSPORT

Zaha, who signed for the Red Devils from Palace in January of this year, has struggled for opportunities at the Theatre of Dreams this season. 

And, after the England international spent the remainder of last season on loan at his former club, he could be set for another stint at Selhurst Park in 2014. 

On the possibility of bringing the Manchester United winger back to the club, Pulis told reporters: "We'd be interested, whether we could do it. But we'd be interested if the player was available.

"We're talking about a player who is owned by another football club. I wouldn't be talking about any of Manchester United's players because it's not my right to do that."

Zaha was inspirational in Palace's promotion to the Premier League in the last campaign and he could once again become a key player at the club should he join them on loan in January. 

The Manchester United star would certainly give the Eagles a major boost in their hope of survival. Palace currently sit in 18th place in the table, but are just one point behind West Ham who are 17th.

Pulis' side take on Newcastle at Selhurst Park this weekend and will be hoping to secure all three points. 

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