AFC Croydon: Wilfried Zaha's net worth as Crystal Palace No.11 teams up with Stormzy & Danny Young

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AFC Croydon: Wilfried Zaha's net worth as Crystal Palace No.11 teams up with Stormzy & Danny Young

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Wilfried Zaha net worth has began to trend on Google after the Crystal Palace No.11 teamed up with Stormzy and Danny Young to buy AFC Croydon.

The Ivory Coast international has united with the British rapper and our old kitman to buy their local club, as they attempt to give back to the community.

So, what is Wilfried Zaha‘s net worth as he, Stormzy and Danny Young embark on this new adventure? Let’s take a look…

Wilfried Zaha net worth

Well – according to Salary Sport – Zaha is worth an estimated £43,836,000.

The 30-year-old has accumulated most of his wealth since signing a £130,000-a-week contract at Selhurst Park back in 2018, which has run up until this year and expires on June 30th.

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Zaha also runs ZoProperties alongside Obi Williams, offering 50 apartments in London out for free to NHS staff during the Coronavirus pandemic – as detailed by the Evening Standard.

AFC Croydon purchase could mean Wilfried Zaha is staying at Crystal Palace

After hearing the news, a number of supporters have started to speculate about what this could mean in regards to Zaha’s future as he approaches free agency.

Buying a football club is not a small matter – to say the least.

Zaha, Stormzy and Young will have to be fairly hands-on after purchasing AFC Croydon, which could see the Crystal Palace talisman decide to stay local rather than leave SE25 as he attempts to help out at the Mayfield Stadium.

That could mean he decides against moving abroad, as clubs like PSG and Lazio express interest in his services on a free transfer.

Zaha is also about to get married and has a very young family, two more factors which could see him decide to stay where he is and settle down.

Be sure to keep an eye on the Ivorian’s situation, as his Crystal Palace contract officially expires on Friday.

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