Pep Guardiola has order Manchester City to make a £50 million move for Ivorian forward Wilfried Zaha in the summer.
Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and
Chelsea are also said to have been monitoring the 25-year-old Crystal Palace progress at Crystal Palace this season.
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According to The Sun claiming that Cityzen
are willing to bring former United player back to Manchester but they face stiff competition from other Premier League rivals.
Manchester City reportedly sees Zaha as a potential alternative to Leicester City forward Riyad Mahrez, whom they failed to sign during the winter transfer window.
Guardiola has plans shopping list which includes Shakhtar Donetsk holding midfielder Fred and Spanish international Thiago Alcantara, among other big names he wants to bring to Eithad in before the start of the next season.
Manchester City crowned Premier League champions, as they lead Jose Mourinho second-placed United by 16 points with five games each to play.