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Wilfried Zaha Told To Expect Fans' Backlash Against Everton

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Cary Erickson | 12 August, 2019, 04:40

And had attempted to force a deadline day move to the Toffees.

But the Portugal international's afternoon came to a premature end at Selhurst Park following an innocuous challenge by Palace midfielder James McArthur towards the end of the first half.

The move comes as a blow to Palace who could now lose their star man and, with the transfer window closing later today, would have little time to replace him.

"But they didn't feel those conditions were met to trigger the agreement".

"Of course I hope that they won't get on Wilf's back".

"Everyone here has a good relationship with him".

"The most important thing for us to do in this transfer window was to try and bat off interest from other clubs in Wilf Zaha because there is no doubt that with him, with Tomkins and Sakho returning and with the additions, we should theoretically be stronger than we were past year".

"I only really saw him [Zaha] on Friday".

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"I trust him totally. The outcome he wanted was to be sold and leave the club", he said. There is no question that he has any disrespect.

"I can't say he's jubilant or delighted".

"His contribution really has been huge and I am delighted that he has agreed to pledge his long term future to Crystal Palace". "That situation has been and gone and Wilf will make certain he brings his straw to the water and help us have a good season, just like he has done in the previous two seasons".

Despite Wilfried Zaha's failed attempt, there are speculations the forward could still head to a European club.

In theory an opportunity still exists for Zaha as transfer windows are open across Europe, and the Telegraph reports that German side Borussia Dortmund are said to be interested.

The winger could still leave south London if a club elsewhere in Europe successfully agrees a fee with Palace.

'It's a tough place to come, the conditions weren't the greatest, there was windy conditions to deal with for both sides but we didn't get beat and we built momentum for next week, ' Pickford said.