A deal has been agreed for Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha to rejoin Crystal Palace on loan.
The England international was Sir Alex Ferguson's last signing for the club when trading Selhurst Park for Old Trafford in 2013, but remained with the Eagles for the remainder of that campaign.
After making his United debut in the Community Shield win over Wigan Athletic, he made one Capital One Cup start and two substitute appearances in the Barclays Premier League last term.
A temporary switch to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's Cardiff City followed but he was unable to prevent the Welsh side from sliding into the Championship.
This latest loan move will enable Zaha to obtain regular first-team football in the top flight after he was an unused substitute for United's Capital One Cup exit at the hands of MK Dons in midweek. The deal was agreed with Palace after Neil Warnock returned to the club as manager and reunites the pair in South London.
Speaking to Crystal Palace's official website, Zaha spoke about his time at United to date and the possibility of rejoining the Reds with more match experience under his belt.
"It’s a great club, but since I’ve gone up there it hasn’t gone my way really," said the winger. "I haven’t really had the chance to showcase my talent or play much – that’s why I thought it would be best for me to get a loan, gain some experience and maybe go back a better player.
“It was an enormous experience and obviously the players that I have trained with and spoken