Wilfried Zaha transfer to Arsenal has dominated the headlines in recent weeks as it has been reported that the player wants a move to the club. However, the transfer looks like one that could get stretch until the transfer deadline day.
Zaha signed a new deal with the Eagles in January with the understanding that the club would allow him go to a bigger club when the right offer comes.
According to a report. Arsenal are making a last-ditch move to sign the Ivory Coast international.
The Mirror claims that Arsenal have had several bids rejected for the player and are rethinking their strategy.
It is understood that the club are ready to make the trio of Calum Chambers, Carl Jenkinson and Mohamed Elneny as part of the transfer.
The trio mentioned is out of favour at the Emirates stadium and are seen as players that could interest Palace. However, it is not stated as to whether the aforementioned players would join Palace on a permanent or a loan transfer.
Arsenal have a reduced transfer budget of £45 million due to the club’s failure to qualify for the Champions League and this is likely to be a major factor in the transfer.
It remains to be seen whether the new offer would be good enough to sway the club into releasing the forward.