Arsenal boss Unai Emery is reportedly desperate for his club to break the bank to sign Crystal Palace attacker Wilfried Zaha in this summer's transfer window. Despite the fact that Emery desperately covets the player it's reported that the Gunners are only believed to have around £40m to spend on new players this summer following their failure to qualify for the 2019-20 Champions League. Zaha would not just be a solution to the Gunners' troublesome flanks but would make them into an attacking force to be reckoned with. Arsenal had viewed Zaha as among their top targets before the Europa League final, when there was still a realistic prospect that Champions League qualification. However, according to The Sun, Emery will push for additional funds to launch a move for Zaha, who admitted earlier this year that he wanted to leave Palace to make the next step in his career. The report claims that the Eagles will demand £55m for Zaha this summer. That said, previous reports have placed Palace's valuation closer to the £100m mark.