Al-Nassr offered Wilfried Zaha a three-year £45m deal to play alongside Ronaldo

Wilfried Zaha got an eyes tempting offer from Al-Nassr. His contract will going to be end in 50 days which will make him a free agent

Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha got an offer from Saudi Arabian League club Al-Nassr to join them for 3 seasons worth about £45 million (£15 million per year).

Atletico Madrid also approached Zaha for their next season to strengthen their side for the next season, as Jao Felix is already on loan to Chelsea F.C., and his future of him is still uncertain. Zaha has been a target for many clubs in recent years, but he still stays in Crystal Palace and can once again sign a new contract with them.

Zaha appeared in 485 matches in all competitions for Crystal Palace, scoring 90 goals and giving 76 assists for the club. That clearly shows how experienced he is as a player because he is playing in the toughest league in Football.

Zaha also has been in link with Chelsea and Arsenal, but now, in just 50 days, his contract will run out, which will be going to attract many more clubs to bid for him. Recently, Jack Butland, the Palace goalkeeper, was released by the club, which led him to join Rangers.

Zaha scored 7 goals and gave two assists in 28 matches in all competitions, which is not that good if compared to his potential. Patric Vieira wants to keep Zaha on the team because he is one of the top talents in the club who can be really good with his trickery.

Vieira also said they are doing what they can to keep Wilfried at the club, but in the end, it will be his decision whether he wants to be with the club. He also explained that Zaha gives his all every day in training. He also said that he is happy to see Zaha in training.

“It will be like that until the end of the season.” “We do what we can and everybody knows we want to keep Wilfried at the club, but it will be his decision,”

“We are waiting to see what he wants to do but we will do everything to keep him.

Patric Vieira said in the new conference.

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