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Zaha wants Man Utd future

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By Andrew Tuft

Monday 30 June 2014

Wilfried Zaha wants to return to Manchester United this summer and hopes to have a future at the club under Louis van Gaal, the Daily Mail has reported.

Wilfried Zaha

Zaha moved to United ahead of last season, leaving Crystal Palace in a £15m deal, but couldn’t nail down a place in the side under David Moyes. Zaha was eventually sent on loan to Cardiff City for the second half of the season, while Moyes was sacked in April.

It’s not yet known if Zaha will be with United for pre-season as van Gaal will take the Red Devils to the United States for a series of friendlies against LA Galaxy, Roma, Inter and Real Madrid.

Zaha would prefer to stay with United, rather than go out on loan again, having not started a single Premier League game for United last season. He featured more regularly for the Bluebirds but was unable to halt Cardiff’s slide into the Championship.

It’s claimed that Moyes was unimpressed with Zaha’s efforts in training and that led to his lack of game time and eventual exit, while van Gaal will ask assistant manager Ryan Giggs for his thoughts on Zaha’s future at Old Trafford.

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By just a fan on 30 June 2014 at 16:03

Give that guy a chance, I don't see any reason why A. Young will play while Zaha is on the bench




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