No Wilfried Zaha approach from Borussia Dortmund, says Palace boss Roy Hodgson
Dortmund are interested in signing the Palace forward - Sky sources
Last Updated: 25/01/19 3:19pm
Roy Hodgson says there has been "no dialogue whatsoever" between Crystal Palace and Borussia Dortmund regarding Wilfried Zaha.
Sky Sports News understands Dortmund have held an interest in Zaha since the summer, and they remain keen on the forward, who they view as a potential replacement for Chelsea-bound Christian Pulisic.
However, Zaha appeared to end speculation surrounding his Palace future in August by signing a new contract at Selhurst Park until 2023.
Asked about the reported interest, Eagles manager Hodgson said: "There's been absolutely no dialogue whatsoever between Borussia Dortmund and Crystal Palace.
"Wilf Zaha signed a long-term contract with Crystal Palace - he is very much our player."
Dortmund's sporting director Michael Zorc said Zaha was a "good player" when questioned by journalists on Thursday, but refused to comment on the reported interest.
Asked for his response, Hodgson added: "The fact is, when they are asked the question, 'What do you think of Wilf Zaha? Do you think he's a good player?' I'd be very surprised if there's any clubs out there that would say, 'No, I don't think he's any good'.
"But that doesn't mean that they are going to buy him."