Wilfried Zaha to Tottenham: £80m move, failed Bayern Munich transfer, truth on Chelsea interest

The future of Crystal Palace star Wilfried Zaha is once again in the spotlight this January.

The Palace star’s future has been the subject of much speculation in recent transfer windows, with the likes of Tottenham, Arsenal and Everton among the clubs to have been linked with signing him.

And this month is no different, with Zaha again being linked with a move away from Selhurst Park, with Spurs again named among the potential suitors for the Ivory Coast international.

Palace boss Roy Hodgson has stated his desire to keep Zaha at the club, adding that the Eagles are not looking to sell the 27-year-old, but he has not categorically ruled out a move, saying that serious bids for players would need to be taken seriously, should they come in.

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As such, the speculation over his future remains, and below, we take a look at the latest on Zaha, amid reports linking Spurs with the Palace star.

Agent makes contact over Spurs move

Wilfried Zaha has recently joined up with agent Pini Zahavi, having changed who represents him after failing to secure a transfer in the summer.

For several years, Zaha has been represented by Unique Sports Management and worked with Will Salthouse, but after a summer switch failed to materialise, he has now switched agents.

And the Mirror reports that Zahavi has been trying to broker a deal with Spurs for the Palace star.

Zaha has previously been linked with a move to Tottenham, and it is reported that Zahavi has sounded out Spurs about reviving their interest.

However, Spurs are said to not be willing to “anywhere near” Palace’s asking price of £80million.

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As previously reported, Arsenal were interested in the summer, but had a bid turned down by Palace.

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