By Kieran Lynch For Mailonline
Published: 23:33 BST, 9 August 2020 | Updated: 23:38 BST, 9 August 2020
Wilfried Zaha has distanced himself from a social media video in which the Crystal Palace star can be seen pointing at a 'Zaha to Arsenal' sign in a nightclub.
The Ivory Coast international was desperate to join the Gunners last summer but the club opted for Lille winger Nicholas Pepe after a deal could not be reached with the Crystal Palace winger.
But in footage uploaded to social media, it looks as though Zaha is still keen on joining his boyhood club.
Instagram user Anthony Billing posted a story to his account of Wilfried Zaha at a nightclub
The video shows the winger dancing and pointing at a neon sign reading 'Zaha to Arsenal'
Zaha was keen on joining his boyhood club last summer before they settled on Nicholas Pepe
In the footage which was first uploaded on Instagram, the 27-year-old is dancing in a nightclub and points at a neon sign on the wall which says 'Zaha to Arsenal'.
The video also had the caption: 'So me and @wilfriedzaha have a message for you guys @arsenal.'
That was followed up by another story in which he posts: '@arsenal if you don't sign this man up you lot are f*****g stupid you know the price is easy in today's market'.
Zaha posted on his own Instagram and distanced himself from the most recent