The 20-year-old England international has shot to the top of Alex Ferguson's wanted list after a brilliant start to the season with Crystal Palace .
However, according to sources, Palace want him to spearhead their push for the Premier League and have told boss Ian Holloway that there will be no pressure to sell in January, the Daily Mirror reports.
According to the report, Holloway explained Palace's position to Zaha and was encouraged by the winger's positive response as the Ivory Coast-born youngster said he was desperate to help the Eagles return to the top-flight.
A Palace insider said: "It would be easy to cash in on Wilfried in January, but the feeling at the club is that it would be a false economy. It is a case of giving it our best shot to win promotion - and that means keeping Wilfried at Selhurst Park."
Arsenal and Chelsea have been monitoring Zaha's progress, while Manchester City are also ready to join the hunt for his signature, but United are now the front-runners, the report said. (ANI )