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Crystal Palace: Cook delivers update on Zaha’s future

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On the HLTCO podcast, Dan Cook has provided fans with an insight into what the future holds for Wilfried Zaha.

In previous windows, there has been constant talk about Zaha’s future at Selhurst Park, however, under Patrick Vieira and with obvious signings planning for the future to progress the football club, the Ivorian doesn’t appear to be eager for a move away.

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It has usually been Arsenal credited with an interest in the winger, but they appear to have other priorities on their mind this summer, with the signing of Ben White reportedly imminent, as well as looking determined to land Aaron Ramsdale.

Cook discussed what he knows about Zaha’s future at Selhurst Park.

“Everything that I’ve heard about Wilf in this particular pre-season is that he’s very happy with the project, and as a consequence, we shouldn’t see that much in the way of him trying to kick up a fuss and get a move away.

“I’m sure he is relatively intrigued to see how things go in the early stages of Patrick Vieira’s reign, and that in itself is a weight off everyone’s shoulders, I’m sure.”

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Zaha has so often been the talisman for Crystal Palace and despite missing eight games through injury last season, he still managed to have his best season in front of goal, netting 11 in the league and finishing as the club’s top scorer.

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With Vieira bringing in young and exciting players such as Michael Olise, Marc Guehi and Joachim Andersen, that may convince Zaha to give it at least one more year to see how the new manager’s plan goes and if he can help turn the club into more than just Premier also-rans.

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