Man Utd ‘prepared to sell’ Wilfried Zaha
Manchester United could sell youngster Wilfried Zaha just a year after he joined them, according to reports.
The former Crystal Palace winger was signed in January 2013, but only linked up with the champions last summer.
He made just two starts under David Moyes before being sent to Cardiff City on loan earlier this year.
Now Moyes is prepared to part company with the 21-year-old on a permanent basis, claims the Mail on Sunday.
The reports suggest that United will take a loss on the £10m they paid to bring the England international to Old Trafford.
With United set to spend big this summer and Zaha unable to make an impression in the existing squad, Moyes is said to be happy for the youngser to continue his career elsewhere.
He has mainly be used as a substitute by former United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Cardiff and it is unclear whether the Bluebirds would be in the running to sign him on a permanent basis.