However, Woosnam insists that Zaha will simply be too expensive for a number of clubs this summer, with his wages and the potential transfer fee involved likely to put the brakes on a potential exit from Selhurst Park.
Can Palace keep Zaha for another season?
The Ivory Coast international has a contract that runs until 2023, meaning Palace can still demand a big fee for the former Manchester United man, and he is valued at £40.5m by Transfermarkt.
Last season, Zaha made 30 appearances in the Premier League, scoring 11 goals and registering two assists.
Speaking to This Is Futbol, Woosnam said: “I just can’t see anyone who has the financial pulling power to bring him in, on the money that he would want as well. We’re talking £100,000 plus a week, that’s the only reason.
“I don’t think it’s a lack of ability or anything like that. I think it’s just a case of relative to what’s out there, relative to the financial situations of clubs, it’s just unfortunate for him that he signed a five-year contract. That was the advice he was given at the time and he took it.”