WILFRIED ZAHA has told Crystal Palace he wants to leave this summer.
But the winger’s hopes of a move could be scuppered by the club’s £70million price tag.
Everton and Borussia Dortmund are all chasing Zaha and he has now informed Eagles chiefs he is keen to go.
SunSport revealed earlier this month that the Ivory Coast star, 25, turned down a new £125,000-a-week contract at Palace.
But his decision is nothing to do with money, just his ambition to play for a bigger club.
Zaha flopped after joining Manchester United for £15m in 2013, moving back to South London just two seasons later.
But he now feels ready for another crack at a top side.
Palace would want at least £70m to part with their star man, who penned a five-year deal at Selhurst Park 15 months ago.
Eagles boss Roy Hodgson recently said: “He is our player for the next four years and the club has no interest or desire to sell him.”
He was named Palace’s Player of the Year for the third season running in May after helping them avoid relegation.
Zaha tweeted yesterday that he is back in training at Palace after leaving the club’s pre-season tour to Sweden early to visit his dad in hospital.