Zaha returns to Selhurst Park on a permanent contract.
Crystal Palace have re-signed Wilfried Zaha just two years after selling him to Manchester United in an initial £10m deal and signs a five-and-a-half year deal.
Zaha played just four times for the Red Devils despite eventually costing them £15m in transfer fees as he was continuously sent out on-loan by managers that didn’t rate him.
The 22-year-old was Sir Alex Ferguson’s last ever signing as United boss in January 2013, but after the Scot had retired that summer the forward was not as highly regarded by his successor David Moyes.
Upon his arrival a Old Trafford after completing six months on-loan with Palace as part of the deal to sign him, Zaha found himself on the periphery of the first team in 2013/14 and was sent out on-loan again – this time to Cardiff City – for the latter part of the season.
After Moyes was sacked the England international may have thought game time would have been easier to come by, but Louis van Gaal appeared not to rate the attacker either and once again sent him on-loan to Selhurst Park.
Now Zaha has finally moved back to South London and will be looking to rebuild his career back in the English capital.