Wilfried Zaha will be sold this summer if they are offered £80million according to Andy Gray.

The former Sky Sports pundit suggested that despite Eagles manager Roy Hodgson stating that he’s happy at Selhurst Park, he can’t see any other outcome than the player leaving.

Manchester United, Tottenham and Borussia Dortmund are all thought to be alerted by the forwards recent revelations in The Daily Mail revelations that he wanted to play Champions League football.

“If they get £80 million offered they’ll sell him, simple as that!” Gray told BeIN Sport.

“They can’t turn that down, not a club like Palace.

“When Wilf (Zaha) went up to Old Trafford when he was a young man, he didn’t quite hack it.

“Now four or five years later has he the experience and the mental strength to got to a big club and play champ league football?

“He has the talent.”

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Hodgson has had to deal with rumours surrounding the 26-year-olds future for most of the season, and most recently claimed:

“The bottom line is he’s a Crystal Palace player and he’s happy here.

“He’s got a four-year contract with us, he’s adored by all the fans in South East London, so I’m looking forward to working with him for many years to come.”

The manager’s stance will go some way of easing fans concerns over their star man, although the constant spotlight on the Ivorian will not help matters.

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Another player who’s future has widely been discussed is that of Aaron Wan-Bissaka.

The right-back has had a meteoric rise this season and in doing so has attracted the interested of both Manchester clubs and Tottenham, once again, who have identified the £35million-rated defender as their top priority this summer according to The Sun.

Wan-Bissaka was overlooked for the Players Team of The Year, where Trent Alexander-Arnold was preferred, but BBC pundit Alan Shearer believes the Palace man should’ve been selected.

“I think his improvement has been incredible," said the Premier League’s all-time top scorer.

“I think that the pressure a young player is under is hard enough anyway, but to go into a team and stand out when, for a lot of this season he has been playing in a relegation battle; when you put all of that together, for him to be the standout player in that team, and what they have had to go through, and for him to keep getting better and better, and offer so much to that team, I think he deserves it. I think he has been absolutely magnificent.”

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