January 29 2012
Bolton Wanderers manager Owen Coyle has confirmed he wants to sign Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha.
Zaha has made a number of impressive performances for the Eagles this season and signed a five-year contract earlier in the campaign to ward off any suitors.
He has been linked with Premier League sides Newcastle, Manchester United and Liverpool and Coyle has money to spend after recently cashing in on Gary Cahill to Chelsea.
"I think there's players out there, and Zaha is certainly one of them, that I think would enhance our club for years to come on a permanent basis, and there are one or two on a loan capacity I'd love to bring in before the deadline on Tuesday," said Coyle.
"If it transpires then great, but it won't stop me targeting good, young players to bring to this football club that I think I can develop and make better, and that's what I'm trying to do."
However, Palace manager Dougie Freedman said: "I've had chit-chats with Kenny Dalglish and Alex Ferguson, but he is not going anywhere."
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