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The owner admits he loves the Arsenal & Spurs goal ‘to pieces’ but can’t guarantee he’ll stay

Steve Parish has spoken London news online on Wilfried Zaha’s future, while Arsenal and Tottenham monitor Crystal Palace forward.

What’s the matter?

Well, both the Gunners and Spurs are said to be interested in the 29-year-old, whose contract expires in June 2023.

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Unless Zaha signs a new contract, this summer will be Crystal Palace’s last chance to get him a decent fee and co-owner Parish have now discussed the situation.

The 56-year-old said: “We love Wilfried more than anything, but this is a situation that we will discuss with him and his people. We will try to find the right answer for everyone at the right time.”

Now it obviously sounds like Parish wants to keep Ivory Coast international, but he makes no guarantees.

With Zaha having submitted a transfer request back in 2019, Crystal Palace fans shouldn’t be shocked if he decides against signing a new contract.

Arsenal and Tottenham have hit the target so far this season 12 goals in 31 Appearances while also provide two helps.

Arsenal or Tottenham could get a bargain

If one of the North Londoners signs Zaha at a reduced price due to his contract situation, it would be a great deal.

The Crystal Palace No.11 has 58 Premier League goals to his name and is considered one of the best forwards in the Premier League.

He would add plenty of dynamite to the squads of Mikel Arteta and Antonio Conte, which is needed depending on which team qualifies for the Champions League.

Of course, the south Londoners don’t take it lightly having demanded 100 million pounds back in 2019 but their negotiating position has been severely weakened by Zaha’s contract situation.

https://www.hitc.com/en-gb/2022/04/22/well-try-owner-admits-he-loves-arsenal-spurs-target-to-bits-but-cant-guarantee-he-stays/ The owner admits he loves the Arsenal & Spurs goal ‘to pieces’ but can’t guarantee he’ll stay

Zack Zwiezen

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