Published: Wed, May 16, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Zaha, Van Aanholt give Palace win over West Brom

Zaha, Van Aanholt give Palace win over West Brom

April's Premier League Participant of the Month has been linked to United's fierce rivals Manchester City as they give the impression of being to bolster their squad forward of their title defence subsequent season.

"I have no plans on leaving", he said.

Zaha was reported to be a £50m target for Manchester City this summer by the Mirror, but he has outlined his intent to remain at Selhurst Park following the club's relegation survival.

Crystal Palace appear to be standing firm on star man Wilfried Zaha as four Premier League big guns circle the attacker.

Wilfried Zaha scored his ninth goal of another impressive campaign on the final day of the Premier League season as the Eagles claimed a 2-0 win against West Bromwich Albion.

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"I'm hoping we get reinforcements but it will be exciting to keep the bulk of this team together and add in areas, and to make certain if we lose players to replace them", said the manager. However, when Southampton won, West Brom were officially relegated to the Championship, ending an eight year run in the Premier League. "It was a hard, tough season so I will have a chat with my agent, the club and the chairman", Cabaye told Palace's official website.

And they should have gone ahead when Zaha led a counter-attack to the edge of the area and laid a pass into the path of Andros Townsend, who slipped as he pulled the trigger and failed to even test Foster in a one-on-one.

Zaha picked up the award on Wednesday night at the end-of-season club awards held at Boxpark, Croydon - the third straight year the Ivory Coast global has claimed the accolade.

In central London, where we met the next afternoon, Hodgson, 70, explained the formula he used back in the dark days of autumn.

Palace lost all 10 games in which Zaha did not start.

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