Crystal Palace: 'Wilfried Zaha staying put'

Wilfried Zaha
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Co-chairman Steve Browett reveals that Crystal Palace are under no financial obligation to sell Wilfried Zaha.

Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Browett has insisted that the club have no intention of selling Wilfried Zaha.

The England youth international has been linked with a host of Premier League clubs in recent days, including Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City.

However, Browett is adamant that the Eagles do not need to part with their 19-year-old attacker.

"I can assure you that Wilfried is not for sale," Browett is quoted as saying by the London Evening Standard.

"We hope that he'll be playing Premier League football next season. For us. Even if that doesn't happen, he's only 19 and learning his trade in surroundings where he is comfortable and happy.

"Wilfried's on a five-year contract and we really don't need the money."

Zaha has made 94 appearances for Palace, scoring 11 goals.

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