Chelsea boss Graham Potter is arguably keen on redeeming himself when the premier league resumes.
To qualify for UEFA champions league next season, the English manager is allegedly considering to sign an epl winger who has always been at the top of his game.
A report covered by the Sun now alleges that Crystal Palace ace Wilfred Zaha is set to quit Selhurst park being in his final year of the contract and Chelsea are in a tight race with local neighbours Arsenal to landing him on a free transfer.
The 30 year old ace has been a vital figure for Patrick Viera's side scoring 6 goals in 12 premier league appearances thus attracting interest from London clubs who are keen on sharpening their final thirds.
Ideally, a move to Stamford bridge might be a clever one considering the fact that Chelsea are really struggling upfront despite having Sterling, Kai, Odoi and many more.
Meanwhile, Arsenal is currently parked upfront and therefore Zaha is not arteta's favourite target.
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