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Wilfried Zaha
Wilfried Zaha completes permanent return to Crystal PalaceGetty

Wilfried Zaha has left Manchester United on a permanent basis to re-sign with Crystal Palace while Adnan Januzaj is set to remain at Old Trafford despite interest from Everton.

Zaha, who was Sir Alex Ferguson's last signing as United boss when he joined the club for £10m plus add ons in 2013, made just two appearances for the club and failed to win over Louis van Gaal following the Dutchman's arrival.

Following Alan Pardew's arrival at Selhurst Park, the 22-year-old winger has enjoyed a revival in form and has now signed a five-and-a-half year deal with Palace.

"I wasn't getting much game time at Manchester United so took the opportunity of coming back on loan this season," he told Palace's official website, Sky Sports report. "To now have the chance to make the move permanent and come home to Selhurst Park is something I'm delighted about."

"I started playing here when I was eight years of age and my family live local and to have the opportunity to take the field in the Premier League for this club is a dream come true."

The Guardian suggest Palace have paid just £3m plus add ons to take the player back, having already paid a loan fee for Zaha in August.

With one winger cutting ties with the club, United have reportedly ruled out the possibility of another leaving. 19-year-old Januzaj has been heavily linked with a temporary move to Everton in recent days but according to the Daily Mail, United have no intention of allowing the Belgian youngster to leave the club.

While the youngster has struggled to consistently win a place in van Gaal's starting XI this season, he has started in United's last two games against Cambridge United and Leicester City.

And it would appear a move away from Old Trafford is not on Januzaj's mind, with his focus firmly on the visit of Cambridge in their FA Cup fourth round replay at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

"We played well, especially in the first half. We fought for each other," Januzaj told United's official website, reflecting on Saturday's 3-1 win over Leicester.

"The second half wasn't as good, but we're happy with the result. We were good going forward and could have scored more than three goals, but hopefully we can take this into Tuesday night [against Cambridge] and win the game."