Palace want Zaha back on-loan but Fulham and West Ham are also interested.
Despite having yet to have played a match for new club Manchester United, Wilfried Zaha could still be sent out on-loan next season with Crystal Palace, Fulham and West Ham all interested, reports the Mirror.
Zaha signed from Palace back in January in a £10.3m deal and will forever remain in the history books as Sir Alex Ferguson’s last ever signing at Old Trafford.
However, at still just 20-years-old and with no Premier League experience to his name, United are looking to send the young forward out on-loan again having immediately sent Zaha back to Selhurst Park as part of the January deal.
The England under-21 international was instrumental in Palace’s return to the top flight via the play-offs, scoring a brace to send out Brighton and Hove Albion in the semis before terrorising Watford’s defence in the final and eventually winning a penalty that led to the only goal of the match.
Now back in the English top tier, Eagles boss Ian Holloway wants Zaha at the club once more to help in Palace’s difficult task of staying in the Premier League in 2013/14.
The south London side face strong competition from other teams in the city as Fulham and West Ham also want the forward to strengthen their squads.
A loan deal is a strong possibility as new United manager David Moyes has a host of senior players in his squad that play in the same position as Zaha – including Ashley Young, Antonio Valencia and Danny Welbeck.
Therefore the Red Devils would probably be open to letting the Englishman leave for one more year, but where his destination will be is up for debate.