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Wilfried Zaha to leave Crystal Palace? Simon Jordan says it’s time to go, but ‘he’s not worth £80million’

talkSPORT Thursday, 16 May 2019
Simon Jordan has told Crystal Palace to cash in on star man Wilfried Zaha this summer, and believes £60million would be a fair price for the Ivory Coast forward. According to reports on Thursday, Zaha is keen to play Champions League football and has told the club he wants to leave Selhurst Park. Zaha has […]
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