Wilfried Zaha
Wilfried Zaha will need to prove himself to David Moyes in Manchester United's pre-season training.

Wilfried Zaha is hoping to prove himself in Manchester United's pre-season training sessions as David Moyes looks to assess whether the youngster should be sent out on loan next season.

Three clubs in the Premier League are looking to take Zaha on if United feel he won't get enough game time to justify staying at Old Trafford, with Fulham, West Ham United and former club Crystal Palace all hoping to add the 20 year old to their ranks, the Daily Mail claims.

Zaha sealed a £15m move to United in January, but was immediately loaned back to Palace as the side looked to gain promotion into the Premier League.

And the club did just that, beating Watford in the play-off final with Zaha putting in a top-class performance to see the side where he spent his youth career re-enter the top flight.

Now, with Sir Alex Ferguson's last signing as United manager currently looking ahead to next season, the future is far from certain as Moyes settles into his new job at Old Trafford and decides how to deal with the younger players.

Zaha has been touted as a big prospect for England, and the youngster turned down interest from Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur to sign for United in the winter transfer window.

While the English giants would likely be again loaning the young star to a side who could rival them next season, should he play for the likes of West Ham, Palace or Fulham, he would get some much needed Premier League experience and likely return to the club next season with the expectation of receiving experience with the senior side.

While the possibility of a loan spell could be appealing to Moyes, it isn't Zaha's choice, with the Ivory Coast-born winger hoping to be handed the chance to make a step up for his new side.

He will have pre-season training to show that this is a possibility, and the Mail reports that Moyes will assess his progress and make a final decision over the starlet's future during the training program.