Crystal Palace will stick to their £80million valuation of Wilfried Zaha in the January transfer window – amid fresh gossip surrounding his future.

Zaha was continually linked with a move away from the Eagles in the summer, with both Arsenal and Everton seeing bids turned down for the winger. Crystal Palace and Roy Hodgson have stated that they have no intention of lowering the figure when the transfer window opens on January 1, especially with Manchester United negotiating a 25 per cent sell-on clause into the deal when he returned to Selhurst Park.

One option discussed at the time was for Palace to buy Zaha for more — around £9m — without a sell-on clause.

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