Last season, Wilfired Zaha had the distinction of becoming the last player signed by Sir Alex Ferguson before he slipped away into retirement.
Manchester United paid £15 million for the Crystal Palace youngster before loaning him back to the Selhurst Park outfit for the remainder of the season during which he more than played his part in helping Crystal Palace, under Ian Holloway, make a return to the Premier League.
Now with Sir Alex Ferguson gone and with David Moyes in charge, rumours are afoot that Moyes may decide to let Zaha spend further time out on loan to ensure that he gets regular first team football.
Several names are mentioned including a return to Palace or a spell at West Ham or Craven Cottage.
If Moyes does decide to let Zaha go out on loan, can Martin Jol use all of his persuasive powers to bring him to Craven Cottage?
Perhaps with the two clubs (United and Fulham) having successfully done business in the past with the Edwin Van Der Sar, Louis Saha and Dimitar Berbatov moves, we may have a small advantage.
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