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Manchester United ready to sell Wilfried Zaha

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Manchester United are ready to cut their losses and sell winger Wilfried Zaha for a loss, according to Goal.

Zaha joined the Red Devils from Crystal Palace in a deal worth around £15 million in 2013 - but he's failed to make an impact at Old Trafford.

The 21-year-old made just two Premier League appearance for Manchester United this season before being shipped out on loan by former boss David Moyes to Cardiff City in January where he failed to impress.

Now according to Goal, the reigning Premier League champions have decided that his future lies elsewhere, and will consider letting him leave for just £10 million.

The website reports that Zaha is keen for a move back to the south, with Arsenal, Tottenham and former club Crystal Palace all in the running for his signature.

Arsenal in particular may be an appealing move for the youngster given that he supported the Gunners as a child. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger was keen on signing Zaha before he joined Manchester United, and could be set to swoop again. Newcastle are also said to be in the running for his signature.

If no deal can be struck then a loan deal may be on the cards, with Wigan his likely destination.

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