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Crystal Palace co-owner Parish: Zaha leaves on our terms

Crystal Palace co-owner Steve Parish admits Wilfried Zaha could yet be sold in 2020.

Palace turned down bids from Arsenal and Everton for Zaha in the summer with Parish promising the Ivory Coast winger, who turns 27 this month, a “happy ending" at the club.

“With Aaron Wan-Bissaka, we thought that it was right for the player and right for the club and did the deal," he said.

“It is clear what has changed in the Premier League is that the Leicesters and Palaces don't have to sell to survive. If we think we can do more with the money then we will.

"We will take everything on its merits and if there is a signal sent out over the summer then it is we will sell if it is for the right money and right thing and we will not if it is not."

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