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'Crystal Palace will let him leave... if the price is right': Ex-Eagles striker Mark Bright insists club chairman Steve Parish would let Wilfried Zaha go as long as they get a 'fair price' Crystal Palace will allow Wilfried Zaha to leave but only if their valuation is met Ex-Palace striker Mark Bright insists the club will let him leave for a 'fair price' Palace were angered by Arsenal’s £40m offer which was half their asking price The Eagles also rejected £52m bid from Everton in the summer transfer window

By James Sharpe For The Mail On Sunday

Published: 22:30 GMT, 2 November 2019 | Updated: 22:41 GMT, 2 November 2019

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Crystal Palace will allow Wilfried Zaha to leave but only if their valuation of the talismanic forward is matched.

Former Palace striker Mark Bright, now academy coach and a close friend of chairman Steve Parish, said Zaha would leave with the club’s blessing as long as they received a ‘fair price’.

Zaha is desperate to go after failing to move in the summer and has even taken legal action against his agent, alleging his representatives are too close to Parish. 

Crystal Palace will allow talisman Wilfried Zaha to leave but only if their valuation is met

Crystal Palace will allow talisman Wilfried Zaha to leave but only if their valuation is met

Palace were angered by Arsenal’s £40million offer — half the asking price — and also rejected a £52m bid from Everton, which led to the 26-year-old submitting a transfer request in August.

‘If one of the big

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