Crystal Palace recently announced Neil Warnock as their new manage, with his first order of business likely to be a move to sign Manchester United flop Wilfried Zaha, Daily Mail reports.
The 65-year-old boss signed a two-year contract and is set to take charge of his first game when his side travel to Newcastle on Saturday.
A fee of around £1.5million is being prepared by the club as Warnock hopes to complete a loan deal to see Zaha as a Palace player for the remainder of the season.
The English manager returns to the side after having already managed them for three years from 2007 till 2010, and will now have about four days to complete all his transfers ahead of deadline day on Monday.
In addition to the move to bring United’s ousted winger to Selhurst Park, Southampton’s Jack Cork could also be edging towards a move with a final decision to be made by him in the coming days.