Published: Mon, August 06, 2018
Sport | By Wendy Sparks

Chelsea after Wilfried Zaha

Chelsea after Wilfried Zaha

Zaha, who signed a £100,000-a-week new deal at Selhurst Park just over a year ago, has rejected Palace's offer of a new contract boosting his pay packet by another £25,000-a-week.

The Ivorian International helped Palace to avoid the drop after a disastrous start to the campaign, scoring nine goals and providing three assists for Roy Hodgson's side in the process.

The Sun are reporting that Maurizio Sarri is close to landing Zaha after Tottenham pulled put of the race to sign the former Man United player due to the fee being quoted.

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But the Mirror suggest that the Ivory Coast worldwide has rejected a fresh extension that would improve his terms even further to £125,000-a-week.

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.

Heading into the summer transfer window, Chelsea were in a precarious situation with Eden Hazard and Willian heavily linked with summer departures away from Stamford Bridge.

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Daily Mail is also reporting that Palace will not sell the Ivory Coast global unless they are offered a huge sum to sell him for a second time in his career.

The same article states that the Blues are willing to use England worldwide Danny Drinkwater in an attempt to sign Zaha to improve their attack. Meanwhile, Tottenham are also weighing up a move for the player, although Palace are reportedly confident of keeping hold of him.

Hodgson, the veteran Crystal Palace chief, meanwhile, is confident about retaining Zaha for the upcoming term and shared what he discussed with the dynamic attacker recently.

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