Zaha used to play for a big club, but his time at Manchester United was underwhelming with the Ivorian only managing to break into the first team on four occasions.
However, a move to Crystal Palace ensured and since then the 25-year-old has flourished at Selhurst Park going on to score 44 goals and produce a further 55 assists in almost 290 games for the Eagles and also happens to be their top scoring Premier League player with 24 goals.
Zaha has also impressed with his unpredictable movement and his knack for manoeuvring around players with explosive speed and agility.
Graeme Souness has paid Wilfried Zaha a huge compliment by suggesting that he could play for Real Madrid.
Zaha had previously been booked in that match for simulation and three years prior, had drawn the injury-time penalty that ultimately won Palace the 2013 Championship play-off final against Watford at Wembley.
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Le corps de l'enfant, qui a été abusé sexuellement avant d'être tué, avait été retrouvé un jour plus tard. La police n'avait pas approfondi à l'époque car il avait été considéré comme un simple passant.
"His change of direction, his balance he's got is quite unique, and I think that's why he gets fouled and should get more penalties than he does".
"I think he's ready now to go, even if it means going outside to the big two in Spain, I think both of them would welcome him with open arms".
"I don't think he is a diver", Souness added.
"Then of course at 2-0 down you are facing a mountain to climb, but I thought we came back into the game quite well". However, Souness doesn't think he's a cheat. He's ready for a big big club; the biggest clubs.
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"Again with the utmost respect to Palace, if he stays here throughout his career he will end up with no trophies, no medals and say 'what if?'".
"I think of Laurie Cunningham who left West Brom and went to Real Madrid".
"He's a door-opener, there just isn't too many of those players around. He's in that league, he's got the stuff that gets you on the edge of your seat".
"He is a unique player".
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