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Aug 12, 2014

Man United deciding on Zaha's role

Zaha signed for United for £15 million in January
Wilfried Zaha guided Crystal Palace through the Championship playoffs in 2013, and the Eagles would welcome him back.

Manchester United are deciding whether Wilfried Zaha has a part to play in their squad this season, according to Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish.

The Eagles have hinted they might want to take Zaha to go back to Selhurst Park on loan if United are willing to let him go.

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United manager Louis van Gaal is expected to trim his squad but Parish said they have yet to determine if Zaha will stay at Old Trafford.

"Manchester United are not quite sure what they're doing with him so out of respect for them, it's not for me to talk about that," Parish told Sky Sports News.

"I'm sure that if he can, he'll try to be a permanent fixture at Manchester United this season."

Zaha joined United from Palace for 15 million pounds in 2013 but is yet to start a league game for the former Premier League champions and was loaned to Cardiff last season.

The England international winger helped Palace win promotion to the Premier League in his final game for the club and Parish believes it would be a popular gesture to take him back.

He added: "It's up to the manager, the players we sign. It's not up to me. I'm there to help him get the squad he wants.

"There's a sentimental value and I loved Wilf as a kid and he did sensational things for us.

"I know the fans would like him back and that will play a part, but in the end the manager will decide what we do."

Parish added that Palace, who have signed Fraizer Campbell and Brede Hangeland this summer, are keen to bolster their squad.

He explained: "We're looking at a Premier League midfielder. It's someone we're interested in and if we can get the deal right we'll try to do it."

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