CRYSTAL PALACE are bracing themselves for an additional large Euro swoop for Wilfried Zaha if Mauricio Pochettino turns into Paris Saint-Germain boss.
SunSport revealed completely yesterday that AC Milan are eyeing a £50million bid for the forward.
Palace nonetheless hope to maintain their star man Wilfried Zaha however the ex-Man Utd winger is regarded as keen on becoming a member of an elite membershipCredit score: Getty Pictures – Getty
Mauricio Pochettino is tipped to focus on Wilfried Zaha – in addition to Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen – if PSG verify him as their new supervisorCredit score: AFP or licensors
However Eagles chiefs worry the Italians is not going to be the one giants seeking to bag their Ivory Coast ace in subsequent month’s switch window if, as anticipated, Pochettino takes over at PSG.
The previous Tottenham and Southampton boss is odds-on favourite to be appointed by the French champions following confirmation of Thomas Tuchel’s sacking on Tuesday — six days after telling him to pack his luggage.
SunSport understands Poch, who spent two years at PSG as a participant, will probably be given an enormous battle chest to spend straightaway.
He has already been linked with moves for his former Spurs stars Dele Alli and Christian Eriksen, who has been informed he can depart by Inter Milan.
And Palace imagine Pochettino will come again in for Zaha, having tried — and failed — to signal him throughout his time at Tottenham.
The Eagles academy graduate is among the recreation’s hottest properties since returning in 2014 after his transfer to Manchester United turned bitter.
However Zaha, now 28, has made no secret of his want to check himself once more on the highest stage.
Palace don’t need to promote their essential man, having given him a five-year deal price £130,000 per week in 2018, making him the membership’s highest-paid participant ever.
It was his eighth purpose of the season and boss Roy Hodgson mentioned: “He’s getting a variety of reward and it’s absolutely deserved.
“We’re happy with the hassle and want he’s exhibiting. He’s an exceptionally good participant.”