Wilfried Zaha ensured his Crystal Palace farewell party will be at Wembley after his two goals sank arch-rivals Brighton
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Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson hopes to complete a deal for Crystal Palace winger Wilfried Zaha, with the England international immediately returning to Selhurst Park for the remainder of the season, according to The Guardian.
Crystal Palace boss Ian Holloway has confirmed his interest in DJ Campbell, but he faces competition for the QPR striker.
Campbell recently returned to Loftus Road after a successful loan spell with Ipswich, who are keen to sign him permanently, while Cardiff and Bolton have also been linked.
Holloway said: "Have I rung Harry Redknapp? Yeah. Does that mean I'm going to get him? No. Am I fighting for him? Yeah. Will I get him? I don't know."But it's him and AN Other. There are lots of other players I could get.
"I never promise the fans anything I can't produce. I remember the Quincy Jones song The Dude, 'don't let your mouth write a cheque that your body can't cash'. That's what I don't like doing.
"I'm trying my best, the board are trying their best to add to the group and we know time is ticking."
Crystal Palace have signed Alex Nimely from Manchester City on loan until the end of the season.
The 21-year-old striker is Ian Holloway's first signing as Eagles boss and goes straight into the squad for Saturday's trip to Burnley.
Nimely has appeared in one Barclays Premier League game for City, against Burnley in 2010, and has had spells on loan with Middlesbrough and Coventry.
He told the Palace website: "I think the manager has been watching me for a long time, so when he gave me the call to come here I was very happy to.
"The lads are all good and they've welcomed me well. I trained last week before the game against Stoke and I watched that game and was shocked by the way they play football by keeping the ball on the floor."