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Wilfried Zaha expresses Manchester United transfer frustration - paper talk (1)

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Two years ago Sir Alex Ferguson made what would transpire to be his final signing as the manager of Manchester United as exciting young winger Wilfried Zaha was acquired from Crystal Palace.

Zaha clinched a £15 million transfer to Old Trafford but was immediately loaned back to the Eagles in order to aid their promotion push.

But, by the time he arrived at Manchester United, Ferguson was gone and David Moyes was at the helm.

The 22-year-old is now back at Selhurst Park having endured a maiden campaign to forget with United, during which he played just twice in the Premier League before joining Cardiff City for the second half of the season.

Zaha has spoken to The Sun this Saturday to express his frustration at the way his Manchester United career has gone so far and wondering how things might have been had Ferguson stayed.

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Click BEGIN SLIDESHOW to see Zaha’s quotes on Sir Alex Ferguson in full.

Also among the back pages ahead of a weekend of Premier League fixtures is plenty of chatter on the potentially pivotal Chelsea vs Manchester City clash and, of course, a whole host of transfer conjecture with the deadline just days away.

Click through the slides to see the headlines from the day’s papers.

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