Wilfried Zaha has reportedly informed Crystal Palace that he wants to leave as he looks to force through his dream move to Arsenal this summer.More news: British Open Final Round Betting Roundtable: Can Shane Lowry Be Caught?
The north Londoners have already had a bid rejected by the team across the river and, speaking this week in the midst of the club's pre-season activities, Hodgson insisted that Zaha has yet to speak to him about a transfer. Arsenal expected to push again in the coming days.
Asked about potential incomings after the defeat, Palace boss Roy Hodgson said: "Our chairman [Steve Parish] and sporting director Dougie Freedman are working very hard all the time to try and improve our team and our squad". I am more comfortable playing there. "Until someone does that, there's not much to discuss regarding Wilf". "I have had it all over the years, being told I'm not good enough", Iwobi told The Sun.
"However, if I am told to play on the left or the right, or left-back - like I have sometimes - I will always do my best".More news: ESPN reasserts political talk policy after attack on Trump
He added in a second tweet: "Arsenal is Zaha's personal preference but even if he doesn't move there, it won't stop him wanting to play on the biggest stages".
"He has high regard for himself, just as we have high regard for him". His words indicate Palace are resigned to losing Zaha in the current window, although he reiterated that Arsenal needs to match his valuation to make this transfer happen.
The Ivorian has been in fine form ever since he returned back to Selhurst Park from Manchester United and this summer he has been heavily linked with a move to Arsenal.More news: Avengers: Endgame Box Office Set to Surpass Avatar!