Wilfried Zaha a target for West Ham

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Former Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha is a target for Sam Allardyce at West Ham according to the Daily Mail

The English winger spent the second half of last season on loan at Cardiff City when he was surplus to requirements at Old Trafford.

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Zaha moves to United

After an impressive time in the Championship with Crystal Palace, Zaha moved to Manchester United in January 2013.

He was immediately loaned back to Crystal Palace for the remainder of the 2012/13 season. Zaha singed a five year contract with United and cost them £10 million.

However, he was not favoured by United manager David Moyes, so was loaned in January 2014 to Cardiff City for the rest of the season.

United under Louis Van Gaal

Zaha once again finds himself with an uncertain future United, with Louis Van Gaal saying he only views the youngster as a striker and not a winger with his new 3-5-2 formation - not exactly an area in which the club are short of options.

Sam Allardyce is apparently looking to bring some youngsters in at Upton Park to strengthen his options, and the West Ham boss is reported to be willing to take Zaha either on loan as a permanent deal. 

The Daily Mail are also reporting that Zaha's previously club Crystal Palace are keeping an eye on the 21 year-old's situation at Old Trafford. 

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