CRYSTAL PALACE winger Wilfried Zaha faces another summer of uncertainty at Selhurst Park with four clubs believed to be interested in him.
The 27-year-old – who saw potential moves to Arsenal and Everton fall through last year due to the Eagles‘ £80million price tag – has once again been influential for the South London side this season.
Zaha has featured in all 35 Premier League games for Palace – chipping in with four goals and five assists.
And fans will be now wondering whether this will be the last campaign he has at the club, with the Daily Mail stating that the forward is being chased by clubs from around the continent.
They report that Newcastle are one of the teams vying for his signature as they eye up a marquee signing should their proposed takeover be completed.
Meanwhile the Toffees are said to have retained interest in Zaha – despite signing Alex Iwobi from Arsenal after they failed to agree a fee with Palace.
It has also been alleged that Bundesliga champions Bayern Munich are monitoring his situation as they eye up another possible signing from the Premier League after they captured Leroy Sane from Manchester City.
The Mail then claim that LaLiga outfit Atletico Madrid are also weighing up a move, though the Spanish side are understood to be having financial problems as a result of the coronavirus crisis.
The Covid-19 pandemic could also mean that Palace are unwilling to part ways with Zaha, with it remaining to be seen how much Zaha is valued at now.
Zaha – who re-joined Palace in 2015 from Manchester United – still has three years left to run on his contract.
He has also been linked with a switch to Paris Saint-Germain, with the Ligue 1 side said to have contacted with his agent about a move to France.