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Charlie Nicholas names price Crystal Palace should sell Zaha for, and it's nowhere near £100m

Football FanCast Friday, 17 May 2019
Sky Sports pundit Charlie Nicholas says Crystal Palace should only sell Wilfried Zaha this summer if they receive a bid of £60m, which is nowhere near the reported £100m asking price.
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