Wilfried Zaha will be open to return to Manchester United this summer, if the club made an offer, according to Telegraph.
Sir Alex Ferguson made the last signing of Old Trafford in January 2013, with the wing returning to Crystal Palace by the end of the season. Unexpected Scottish retirement in May this year meant that Zaha ended up playing under David Moyes, who acted as though there were no wings in the ground, which gave him only four appearances.
Zaha, on the other hand, returns to Palace and further consolidates himself as the Talismanist force of the club in an attack, terrorizing teams with his direct, fierce running on the left.
And according to TelegraphJason Burt, Zaha feels that he has a sense of unfinished business with United, where he was made to feel "worthless" and will be open to return to Old Trafford this summer if the club showed interest to him. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer signed Zaha on loan as manager of Cardiff City in 2014 and wants to add another wide forward for his squad.
Zaha is reportedly determined to secure a move from Park Sulhurst this summer. The palace has put a £ 100m worth of head, although a £ 70m fee may prove to be affordable.