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Bristol City Albert Adomah is also reported target, with various media suggesting the Eagles and Norwich City have submitted bids for the winger.
The future of Palace midfielder Andre Moritz should also be resolved in the next few days.
The Brazilian has been offered a new deal by Palace, but he does have other offers on the table elsewhere too.
Darragh MacAnthony has tonight taken to twitter, to voice his opinion on the ongoing saga of Dwight Gayle’s future. Will he stay? Or will he go? Well, tonight, it seems that Posh’s Chairman is resigned to losing the forward he paid £500k for just 6 months ago. But 29 games and 13 goals later, he looks set to return to the ground that saw Posh get relegated. Crystal Palace’s Selhurst Park looks to be Gayle’s destination, and Premier League football will await the man who has always been rated highly by the club, and by the fans as possibly the best striker in Peterborough United‘s history.
After three seasons at Valenciennes, Matthieu Dossevi is believed to be leaving the club. According to L’Equipe, the defensive midfielder, 25, is close to signing for the English club Crystal Palace.
Under contract with Valenciennes until 2014, Dossevi is believed to be signing for four years with the newly promoted English Premier League club.
Whilst our FA Cup run that year was certainly fun to be a part of, you could argue that it may have stretched our squad a little too far for the rigours of the league season. Having beaten Lincoln City, Nottingham Forest and Watford, we drew 1-1 in the quarter-final against Wolves at Selhurst Park, forcing the tie into a replay.
Eleven days later, we travelled to Moulineux, where we produced a performance that has stuck in the minds of countless Palace fans ever since, as we demolished the opposition, with four goals of extreme quality.
Following a bicycle kick from Chris Armstrong and a very well taken effort from Iain Dowie, the stage was set for Darren Pitcher to grab his moment of glory. Taking aim at the Wolves goal, he unleashed a ridiculous left-footed volley into the top corner from all of 25 yards, leaving the hosts floundering.