Wilfried Zaha to Chelsea latest: Transfer ‘agreed’ for alternative, loan bid, Tottenham interest

We are into the second week of the January transfer window, with Chelsea looking for reinforcements for their squad.

One name that has been linked is Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha, who is rumoured to be seeking an exit from Selhurst Park.

Chelsea have emerged as a potential buyer this January, while Zaha has now changed agent and Tottenham are also reportedly in the frame again.

We could have a big London tug-of-war on our hands.

With that said, football.london takes a look at the Zaha transfer rumours. Here is everything we know so far.

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What Zaha has said

Zaha admitted in September that he was unhappy about how events in the summer transfer window transpired.

“What happened in the summer happened… there were things I was told that did not happen and I was not happy about it,” he told Crystal Palace fans website HLTCO .

“But I’m still a Palace player and want to do well for the club.

“The fans care about your wellbeing and I will always love Palace – whatever happens.”

£72m transfer message

Ahead of Ivory Coast’s international friendly against DR Congo, Zaha jumped to the defence of Pepe who has endured a rather underwhelming start to his Arsenal career.

“I see the social media, I see everything and it’s a thing where he needs time. He’s come from another league, he’s young,” Zaha told the BBC.

“There’s this price tag that he has not put on himself, people have put that on him because of his performances, so you’ve got to give him time for him to reproduce that, it’s not going to come like that.

“I have got nothing but faith in him, I’ve got confidence that he will produce the same thing that he did before, because we both play for Ivory Coast, I’ve seen the talent he’s got, but not everyone sees it.”

Zaha’s perfect club

Amid concerns that Zaha could be on the move in January, Crystal Palace legend John Salako has outlined…