Previous Crystal Palace player Glenn Murray says Ivory Coast star Wilfried Zaha would have been counted as one of Manchester United’s best players if previous coach Sir Alex Ferguson had not resigned.
Zaha is at present viewed as one of the Premier League’s best diversion breakers and is an indispensable figure for Palace. Truth be told, the Eagles have not won an amusement without the forward in more than two years.
Zaha was Ferguson’s last marking for the Red Devils, however he just landed at the club once the immense Scottish director had resigned and been supplanted by comrade David Moyes.
He attempted to set up himself at Old Trafford as the group’s fortune wound down under Moyes, and he before long came back to Palace.
“Royal residence unquestionably bring the best out of him and I’m certain it would be a stress in Wilfried’s mind that if he somehow happened to move again it may not go also,” Murray told talkSPORT.
“I’m certain he’ll be somewhat scarred from the Man United move.
“Be that as it may, for me, I’ve seen him come through as adolescent and he is a phenomenal player, the main route is up for him.
“What’s more, I genuinely trust that if Fergie was still at Old Trafford when Wilfried went up there, he would be a standout amongst other at this point.”