Crystal Palace have been urged to let Wilfried Zaha leave by the players brother.

In the wake of a reported £40million bid from the Gunners, a bid turned down by Palace, Judicael Zaha has spoke out against the club amid reports the player is keen on the move.

It’s thought that the Eagles do not need to sell their prize-asset after Aaron Wan Bissaka’s £50million sale to Manchester United, but if a bid closer to their valuation of £80million is offered it would prove too tempting to turn down.

The winger’s brother however has called upon the club who bought Zaha, 26, back from Manchester United in 2014 for £12million to soften their stance.

"It's my brother's dream though, to play for Arsenal," Judicael told Sky Sports.

"Given all that Wilfried has given to Crystal Palace to help them remain a Premier League club, I hope Palace will be able to see their way to agreeing a deal with Arsenal that allows Wilfried to realise his dream of playing European football for the club he's supported since childhood.

"Wilfried will always hold Crystal Palace and their fans in the highest regard and all the support they have given means the world to him.”

Zaha Says

Zaha has made 285 appearances for the Eagles over two spells sandwiched between an unsuccessful stint at Old Trafford, taking in a loan at Cardiff City whilst there.

Currently on international duty with the Ivory Coast, Zaha netted in his side’s 4-1 Africa Cup of Nations win over Namibia on Monday.

The forward wouldn't be drawn on the speculation, citing his whole focus is the AFCON.

"I don’t know we’ll see in the future," he told the BBC about the possibility of moving.

"I have no comment on it, the only thing that’s on my mind now is trying to win this cup.

"[What] I’m fixated on is how far we go in the tournament."

Fans Reaction

Palace fans were diplomatic with their version of events, having little sympathy with the Emirates outfit.

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