Manchester United winger finally completes loan move to Cardiff

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Wilfried Zaha has completed his move to Cardiff City, it has been confirmed.

The 21-year-old could make his debut for his new club against Norwich tomorrow.

The young winger joined Manchester United from Crystal Palace in the summer, but has failed to secure a regular first team spot.

Indeed, under Red Devils boss David Moyes, Zaha has made just two substitute appearances in the Premier League all season.

The Manchester United winger, who cost £15 million in the summer, had his first training session with his new club yesterday - and posted a picture of himself on his Instagram account in Cardiff's training kit yesterday.

He joins Fabio, who has completed a permanent move from Old Trafford, at the Welsh club.

Zaha will be charged with helping to keep rock-bottom Cardiff in the Premier League, and will work under Manchester United legend Ole Gunnar Solskjær, who took over from boss Malkay McKay earlier this month.

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