In 12 hours Crystal Palace boss Hodgson confident Zaha wants stay

In 12 hours Crystal Palace boss Hodgson confident Zaha wants stay

In 12 hours Crystal Palace boss Hodgson confident Zaha wants stay

With Alvaro Morata woefully inconsistent and Willian constantly being linked with a transfer away from Stamford Bridge, the Daily Mail's Simon Jones claims that Zaha is top of Maurizio Sarri's agenda with just four days to do a deal.

The "Eagles" are desperate to hold on to their homegrown hero and are believed to have offered him a fresh contract worth in the region of £125,000 a week in order to tempt him to stay.

Zaha has already snubbed a move to Everton this summer as he does not want to return to the north after his hard spell at Manchester United.

Despite reports to the contrary, Tottenham have not registered an interest in Zaha so far this summer, with Mauricio Pochettino instead focusing his efforts and limited resources on Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish.

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Blues boss Maurizio Sarri is now facing an attacking headache with Brazilian worldwide Willian set for a big money move to Manchester United or Barcelona, and Eden Hazard looking to force a move to Real Madrid.

He clarified that it had nothing to do with football, but didn't rule out the possibility that he could be on the move before the transfer window closes on August 9. Crystal Palace have already knocked back an initial bid by the Blues, which saw them offer £30 million plus Danny Drinkwater to land the former Manchester United star.

Chelsea appear to be winning the race for Crystal Palace's Wilfried Zaha.

This has left Chelsea with a clear run at Zaha and the newspaper says Palace will do business if they submit an offer close to their asking price before the transfer window slams shut on Thursday evening.

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