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Roy Hodgson has hinted that long-term Chelsea target Wilfried Zaha could move away from Crystal Palace this summer transfer window.

Zaha was in the headlines over the summer transfer window for all the right reasons, as some of the biggest clubs in the game showed an interest in the wingers signature after another impressive campaign for Palace.

However, despite admitting on numerous occasions that he is interested in a big move, Palace stuck a massive price tag on the head of the winger and nobody wanted to pay the massive £80 million price tag that was placed on the winger.

We were interested in trying to sign the winger, but the transfer ban meant that we were unable to sign the players that could have brought a little extra to the side for Frank Lampard.

Hodgson was quoted on Sky Sports: “Wilf has made it clear ever since I came to the club really that he would relish a move and would like to move on and find some pastures new, but he is a very valuable player.

“The club realises his value and appreciates his value so really it will depend like it always does on what offers the club are going to receive for him and how they will equate that to the need to keep him or the need to satisfy his wishes and allow him to go.”

Look, we may no longer need Zaha in the side, but there is never not enough room to add class players to the side and Zaha has proven in the premer League that he can be a danger at any moment.

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