Manchester United and Crystal Palace have agreed a deal for Wilfried Zaha to re-join his boyhood club on a permanent deal, reports Goal.com.
The 22-year-old has been linked with a move back to his old club over the last few weeks and the latest reports now suggest a deal has been agreed.
Having only made two senior appearances for Man United, Zaha was sent out on loan again this season after Louis van Gaal decided it was the right decision and he has since began to flourish under the guidance of Alan Pardew.
Zaha joined Man United in a deal worth £15m but has never consistently shown the sort of talent at United which convinced Sir Alex Ferguson to sign him in the first place.
All things considered, it certainly seems a bit early to be selling Zaha altogether when another loan spell may have been the better decision because he is still so raw and unpolished.
Man United would be expected to make a heavy loss on Zaha if he were to join Crystal Palace as the Premier League side will not paying anywhere near the £15m Zaha cost United.