WILFRIED Zaha is on the brink of finalising his season-long loan move to Crystal Palace from Mancester United, says new Eagles boss Neil Warnock. The winger trained with Palace today but didn't take part in a game situation as the club look to sort out insurance details for the 21-year-old. The south Londoners are confident of announcing the deal either tonight or tomorrow – and he is set to be named in the squad to face Newcastle United on Saturday. "It's very close," said Warnock. "We've agreed everything, we've just got a few little bits insurance-wise to do and things like that. "The forms are signed our end and I've spoken to Wilfried. He joined in today without any contact because we couldn't risk him getting injured. He's used to that he says! "I think it's a right fit for Wilfried. When you're a young lad and you go to a big club like Manchester United, you can get lost because there are so many good players at a club like that. "He had three or four offers to go elsewhere but as I said to him, when you're a wide player or a forward, when you've got the best part of 15,000 people that love you, you have got a hell of a good chance of having a good season. "I think there is still a lot more to come from him. He's one of those lads who, people criticise him at times or accuse him of not having the right attitude. "I haven't seen that, I've known him since he was a kid and I've always thought his attitude was spot-on. "If you're willing to spend the time with Wilfried, he wants to learn all the time and I think you'll see a different Wilfried. "Hopefully he'll have a really good season."
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