Wilfried Zaha has agreed personal terms with 3 clubs

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With his future still in doubt, it has been reported that Wilfried Zaha has agreed personal terms with 3 clubs

The gifted attacker Wilfried Zaha has allegedly agreed to terms with three different teams when since he became a free agent in June when his contract with Crystal Palace expired. Zaha is being courted by Palace, who are giving him a lucrative four-year deal with a pay of £200,000 per week, but he is keen to look elsewhere.

Zaha has reportedly agreed deals with Lazio, Fenerbahce, and Saudi Arabian side Al-Nassr, according to Sky Sports. He must now choose which team to sign a contract with in order to choose where he will play for the following season.

Zaha would be able to play in the European football league if he moved to Lazio or Fenerbahce. Lazio, who came in second in Serie A, will play in the Champions League, while Fenerbahce, who took second in Turkey, will compete in the Europa League qualifying rounds.

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Zaha might also decide to join the expanding number of well-known players who have recently moved to the Kingdom by joining Cristiano Ronaldo’s squad in Saudi Arabia. This includes players like Edouard Mendy, Kalidou Koulibaly, Ruben Neves, N’Golo Kante, and Karim Benzema.

Despite Crystal Palace’s best attempts to keep their top player, Zaha’s likelihood of remaining at Selhurst Park is dwindling. The 30-year-old, who has been with the club for eight years, will experience a huge adjustment if he leaves.

In the middle of these circumstances, Roy Hodgson’s future as manager of Crystal Palace has been officially announced. The 75-year-old replaced Patrick Vieira when he rejoined the Eagles in March, and despite early rumors that he would quit, he will stay in his position in the dugout.

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