ZAHA ON THE LOOK OUT FOR A BIG CLUB

Arsenal grew accustomed to Ivory Coast during the West African country’s golden years. Emmanuel Eboue and Gervinho’s contributions to the Emirates in recent years still remains fresh in the memories of fans.

Last summer, as the window once shutting down, it was believed that Arsenal together with Everton were fighting to add another Ivorian to their ranks. The manner in which Crystal Palace handled the whole issue led to the move not going through.

With the January window now fast approaching, the former Manchester United flop now believes he truly deserves to be playing for a big club.

As much as the Crystal Palace star wants to star at a bigger club, remaining in England, a terrain he has mastered for the past few seasons, remains in his best interest.

With Arsenal falling off in all directions, signing a forward whose style of play bothers on striving even if there is a wall of players, to move past and move forward should be a genius move at this point.

The current crop has shown to possess neither the will nor belief in persistence.

Even if Arsenal does not come for the former England golden boy, other teams, even much better than the Gunners will sure be waiting and plotting as to how to steal Zaha off Palace.

The one club that seems unlikely to indulge in any of that rat race should be United. The Red Devils bought the hype when Zaha was younger and they ended up treating him almost the same way Arsenal treated Eboue when they got fed up.

Gervinho was only slightly better given that for all his disappointing runs, he still managed to show up every once in a while to deliver man of the match performances.

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