Manchester United starlet Wilfried Zaha has agreed personal terms with West Ham, QPR and Crystal Palace, should United try and sell him this summer, according to the Metro.
Zaha joined United for £15million in January 2013, and in that time has spent spells on loan with Cardiff City and back at former club Crystal Palace.
He failed to make a Premier League start under David Moyes last season, and reports suggest Louis van Gaal is looking to sell him before the close of the transfer window.
Zaha has agreed terms with all three London clubs should United decide to cut their losses before the end of the transfer window, with the England Under-21 international keen to keep all his options open.
Zaha managed just four appearances for United during the first half of last season, and whilst his favoured option is to stay and look to prove himself to Louis van Gaal, he remains aware first team football will prove hard to come by.
Van Gaal is looking to implement a 3-5-2 formation, and Zaha is not considered a natural wing back, whilst the Dutchman is set to add midfield reinforcements before the window closes, which would simply push the former Palace man further downt he pecking order.