Manchester United are expected to heavily revamp their struggling squad in the summer. David Moyes will be handed a hefty transfer kitty, and we’re guessing there will be lots of ins and outs.
Wilfried Zaha is one of those who could be heading towards the exit, according to Daily Mail.
The report says, Manchester United are ready to cut their losses on the £10m they paid for Zaha, who joined in January 2013 from Crystal Palace.
Zaha was seen as one of the most promising youngsters in English football, and looked set to achieve greater things when he was signed by Sir Alex and picked by England manager Roy Hodgson for the senior squad against Sweden.
However, as often with the case of many talented youngsters fading away, Zaha failed to make a big impression under Moyes.
The 21-year-old joined Cardiff City on loan this season, but has again struggled to find regular starting place in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s team.
Manchester United are now looking to sell him with Moyes reportedly happy for the winger to further his career elsewhere.
Should Manchester United sell Zaha in the summer?