- Zaha joined Man United in 2013 under Sir Alex Ferguson from Crystal Palace
- He was however loaned to Cardiff City after failing to impress David Moyes
- Louis van Gaal went on to loan the winger to Palace before the deal was made permanent
- The 26-year-old has now hinted he could make a sensational return to Old Trafford
Crystal Palace star winger, Wilfried Zaha, has admitted he would be open to returning to Manchester United.
Zaha's dream to flourish at United was cut short by David Moyes who was unimpressed by the forward after just four appearances.
The 26-year-old was subsequently loaned to Cardiff City before once again returning to Old Trafford under Louis van Gaal who had succeeded Moyes.
But Van Gaal allowed Zaha to return to Crystal Palace on loan, with a permanent deal being agreed later.
The Ivory Coast international went on to establish himself as an integral squad member with the Eagles where he has become a fans favourite.
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The Palace hitman is now keen to play for a club in the Champions League, with Arsenal linked with a move despite missing out on a place in the European elite competition.
His club's £80 million asking price has however seen the Gunners back off.
The Red Devils now remain the leading candidates to sign Zaha, with the winger revealing the club's fans have been pleading with him to return to Manchester.
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