Wilfried Zaha of Crystal Palace has been offered a staggering amount of £10million annually to leave Palace for Al Sadd this summer.
The super-rich outfit are prepared to throw fortunes at the winger who will become a free agent in the summer.
The Crystal Palace ace was in Dubai on a break last week after his season was cut short by injury, a hamstring tear that will take a couple of months to heal.
The Ivorian who is 30 years old, is still on the lookout for top-flight clubs either from England or in Europe to bid for him.
Palace has already identified Zaha’s replacement should his big wages be cut out of their budget for the coming season.
The Eagles are looking out to replace Wilfried Zaha with Brazilian youngster Matheus Franca or Sunderland winger Jack Clarke.
Palace are also hoping to sign Bournemouth’s Jefferson Lerma for free this week — with James McArthur’s Selhurst Park career ending and Luka Milivojevic leaving.
Dazet Wilfried Armel Zaha is a professional footballer who was born on 10 November 1992 and plays as a forward for Crystal Palace and the Ivory Coast national team.
And surprisingly, in his first three full seasons at Selhurst Park, he bagged 18 goals in all competitions for the club.
Zaha joined Manchester United in January 2013 for an initial fee of £10 million (which was the most expensive Crystal Palace player sold at the time).
Wilfried Zaha however, remained on loan at Crystal Palace until the end of the season, where he helped The Eagles return to the Premier League.
Zaha returned to Palace in August 2014 on a season-long loan after an unsuccessful 2013–14 season with Manchester United (mostly spent on loan at Cardiff City).
Al Sadd SC
Al Sadd Sports Club is a professional Qatari football club that is based in the Al Sadd district of the city of Doha.
The Qatari club is best known for its association football team, which competes in the top level of Qatari football, the Qatar Stars League.
The club goes by the nickname “Al Zaeem”, which when translated means “The Boss”.
Al Sadd is known as the best team in Qatar and brags as the only Qatari team that has won the AFC Champions League in Asia.
Al Sadd isn’t just about football, the club also has teams for handball, basketball, volleyball, table tennis, and athletics.
The club is the most successful club in the country and currently holds the national record of 57 official football championships.
The question now is, will Wilfried Zaha follow the money, or wait for other top-flight clubs to come for his signature?