Barcelona 'eye Wilfried Zaha free transfer as club seek cut price replacement for flops Ferran Torres and Raphinha' | The Sun

BARCELONA are reportedly interested in signing Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha on a free transfer.

Zaha, 30, has been on top form so far this season, with six goals and two assists in 15 Premier League games for Crystal Palace.

However, his future at Selhurst Park is in serious doubt.

The winger has just six months remaining on his current contract and he is yet to agree terms for a new deal.

On New Year's Day, he became free to negotiate a pre-contract with overseas clubs.

And according to Fichajes, La Liga giants Barcelona are considering a swoop.

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The cash-strapped Catalan giants are currently seeking a replacement for out-of-favour attacker Ferran Torres.

Torres joined the club in a £55million transfer from Manchester City 12 months ago, but he has failed to impress Barca boss Xavi.

The Spaniard has scored 12 goals in 45 appearances since joining Barcelona last winter, but he quickly fell down the pecking order at the club when Robert Lewandowski signed in the summer transfer window.

Xavi is now hopeful that Torres will be sold for a reasonable fee this month.

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Tottenham are reportedly interested in signing the striker as a back-up for Harry Kane.

Fichajes claim that Spurs are willing to offer £31m for Torres.

Arsenal and AC Milan are also known to be considering a move.

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