Former Crystal Palace forward Clinton Morrison is of the belief that the club will experience struggle in the 2019/20 season if they were to lose Ivory Coast international Wilfried Zaha.
Palace are reportedly under no pressure to sell the star - especially after they received £55million for Aaron Wan-Bissaka's move to Manchester United -and it would take a much-improved bid for the Eagles to even consider selling their talisman, according to Morrison.
“I went to the game against Nottingham Forest on Friday and in the first half, Forest dominated the game,” he said, speaking on Talksport.
“In the second half, Palace were the better team, but it was putting the ball in the back of the net, which Palace struggled to do, and they have struggled to do that of late.
“They didn’t have Wilfried Zaha and he is the talisman, when he is in the team he is the main man and he makes things happen.
“When he isn’t in the team, they still create chances, but if Palace do lose him, I am really worried about what things will be like for Palace this season.
“Losing Aaron Wan-Bissaka was always going to be a big blow, he is a terrific footballer and he has been outstanding.”
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