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Man Utd willing to allow Zaha to leave

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By Stephen Donovan

Saturday 10 May 2014

Manchester United are willing to offload winger Wilfried Zaha this summer and would be content with taking a £5m hit on the youngster, according to Goal.com.

Zaha was signed by Sir Alex Ferguson in January 2013 but did not officially join the club until July of that year, after David Moyes had become manager at Old Trafford. Despite his £15m price tag, Zaha has found first-team football hard to come by, appearing in just four matches before being sent out on loan to Cardiff City.

In South Wales, he has again struggled to make a significant impact, making just 13 appearances since arriving in January as the Bluebirds succumbed to relegation.

As it stands, the 21-year-old is keen on a move away from Man Utd in order to gain regular football, and club officials are aware that he would prefer a move down South, with Arsenal, Tottenham and former club Crystal Palace all said to be interested.

However, if Zaha were to go out on loan rather than make a permanent move, they would prefer him to move to Wigan Athletic, where Man Utd teammate Nick Powell has enjoyed a good season, ending the Championship season as the Latics’ top scorer.

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