Wilfried Zaha insists that "he will see what the future holds" among the speculations that link him to a return to Manchester United.
The Ivory Coast national team struggled to establish itself at Old Trafford after a £ 15 million move from Palace just over six years ago.
Zaha has only made two Premier League appearances for the Red Devils, not having won the confidence of David Moyes.
The 26-year-old had a production loan in Cardiff, where he worked with Ole Gunnar Solskajer, before relaunching his career at Selhurst Park.
The United States is in the market for a wing this summer and could turn to Zaha if they fail to disembark the Jadon Sancho of Borsussia Dortmund, which will probably cost over 100 million pounds.
"My future is at the Palazzo. I'm at the Palazzo, I'm not thinking of anything [else]. I'm just playing soccer and I'll see what the future holds for me, "Zaha told Sky Sports News.
Zaha, who scored eight goals and registered eight assists this season, signed a new deal with Palace until 2023 last August and reports that last summer claimed that the Eagles wanted £ 70m for him.
According to The Sun, if Palace decides to sell the 26-year-old, 25% of the transfer fee would go to the Manchester giants as part of a sell-on clause.
And this would mean that United would land it in a significantly cheaper way than any of its potential rivals, if Solskjaer wanted to carry out an agreement.
The United States is also said to be targeting a move for Zaha's teammate, Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
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