The 22-year-old initially returned to Selhurst Park on loan in August and, having re-signed permanently, is now looking to relaunch his career with his boyhood club. “I wasn’t getting much game time at Manchester United so took the opportunity of coming back on loan this season,” Zaha told the club’s official website, www.cpfc.co.uk. “To now have the chance to make the move permanent and come home to Selhurst Park is something I’m delighted about.” Zaha is joined at Selhurst Park by two new faces after Alan Pardew completed deals for Lee Chung-yong and Keshi Anderson before the transfer deadline. South Korea international Lee made almost 200 appearances during a five-and-a-half-year stay at Bolton. Barry Bannan has gone the other way, moving to the Macron Stadium until the end of the season, while striker Anderson has arrived from non-league Barton Rovers for an undisclosed fee. The trio join new several faces already signed by manager Pardew during a busy window, with Yaya Sanogo, Jordon Mutch, Shola Ameobi and Pape Souare all having penned deals. Wilfried Zaha’s ill-fated spell at Manchester United is over after he rejoined Crystal Palace permanently on what was a busy deadline day for the south London club. Press Association Two years ago the winger’s outstanding displays for the Eagles led United to come calling, paying a fee which could have reached up to £15million. However, Zaha has spent much of that time on loan and has left Old Trafford after just four appearances to rejoin Palace for an undisclosed fee, signing a five-and-a-half-year contract.
MORE: Mitchell thanks teammates after flashing Game 4 warning at Rockets”I was driving by, a lady was falling out of her car, the airbags went off, she was grabbing her chest and I was like, ‘Oh shoot,’” Mitchell said (via the Tribune). “Like a natural instinct to found out what happened.” One Jazz fan even snapped a pic of him on the scene.pic.twitter.com/ByXjxYTdfv— Margarita Terry (@Atiragram00) April 23, 2019Mitchell later said no one involved was harmed.”I was just going out there to make sure she was OK,” he said. “I don’t want to make it like a big, big deal.” Fans are calling Jazz guard Donovan Mitchell a hero for his 31-point effort in Game 4 against the Rockets on Monday, which helped Utah to a 107-91 win to force a Game 5.Prior to that, however, Mitchell played the role of good Samaritan when he stopped at the scene of a car wreck on Sunday on his way home from practice. According to the Salt Lake Tribune, Mitchell was driving by the scene of a wreck in downtown Salt Lake City when he pulled over, called 911 and made sure everything was OK.