There has been increased speculation around the young winger, with United thought to be at the head of the queue for his signature.
It is inevitable that the 20 year will leaving Selhurst Park in the near future but Freedman thinks wherever he lands, he will produce the goods.
Freedman, who worked with Zaha during spells as Crystal Palace’s assistant manager and manager, told the MEN:
“Wilfried will play in the Premier League some days. Which club he goes to I don’t really know but whichever one he ends up at will have one hell of a player.
“I found him at the age of 14 and he had a hunger and desire to make the first team then.
“So whichever side he goes into Wilf will settle down. He is a hard working young player and will produce the goods for United, City, Tottenham, Arsenal, whoever.
“He has a ‘no fear’ attitude when he goes on the pitch. He is a very shy man off it.
“But he could walk into a dressing room of established Premier League players and easily hold his own.”