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Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson gives Wilfried Zaha's transfer update

Crystal Palace v Liverpool Premier League Selhurst Park 31 March 2018.

Image by Keith Gillard Crystal Palace v Liverpool Premier League Selhurst Park 31 March 2018. Image by Keith Gillard
Cary Erickson | 16 May, 2018, 10:38

And, when Crystal Palace secured safety with an away win over Stoke City last week, it marked one of the most tremendous achievements of the Premier League season.

Liverpool, Manchester City, Tottenham and Chelsea are all said to be ready to bid for the former Manchester United forward this summer, after he nearly single-handedly kept Palace in the top flight this season.

West Bromwich Albion travel to Selhurst Park to face Crystal Palace in their final Premier League game this season.

Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson has made it a precedence to maintain maintain of star man Wilfried Zaha and has warned the Ivorian winger {that a} big-money transfer might backfire. "I'm enjoying my football, you can see how much I'm enjoying it", Zaha said. "This is my home and there's no reason for me to leave".

"I would be very unhappy to see the day he leaves the club, I hope he will be here long after I am".

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The Daily Mirror say Zaha's displays for Palace have caught the attention of Pep Guardiola, who is determined to bolster his squad at City despite storming to the Premier League title.

"I don't think Palace have any desire to sell him".

The Ivory Coast global grew up in Croydon and has spent the majority of his career at Crystal Palace, with a two-year spell at Manchester United.

"I am quite sanguine about it all, and like the fans and the players, want to keep him, and believe that we will have something quite serious to offer ourselves".

"Once we get through game six, and next week once I've spoken to the chairman and the board of directors, then I'm in a clearer position where I can share the news, whatever that may be, with you". After starting the season with seven losses without a goal, Palace looked like they would ultimately be relegated.