Crystal Palace are interested in signing defender Victor Nelssonfrom Danish club FC Copenhagen this summer. This is according to the report from media outlet EkstraBladet which also said that defender is interested in a move to the English top flight ahead of the new season.
Crystal Palace defender Tyrick Mitchell has committed his future to the club after he penned a new contract with the South London outfit. The news of his new Crystal Palace deal was revealed earlier on Tuesday.
James McCarthy according to reports coming out of the British media. The interest of West Brom in the Crystal Palace midfielder was revealed by the publication from the Daily Mail. West Brom are not the only club interested in James McCarthy as some other English teams also want to sign the player when his Crystal Palace contract expires this summer. James McCarthy has less than six months to run on his existing Palace deal and he’s not expected to be offered a new contract at Selhurst Park as things stand.James McCarthy can start talks over a free transfer move with clubs outside the English soil though the interest in his services is mainly from within the English soil.
Ex-Wigan Athletic and Everton midfielder James McCarthy is attracting the interest of three Premier League teams apart from West Brom. Brighton & Hove Albion, West Ham United and Burnley are the English top flight teams keen to take James McCarthy on a free transfer this summer. Apart from the Premier League clubs, English Championship team Bournemouth are also keeping an eye on the Republic of Ireland international player. Continue reading “West Brom are one of the clubs keen to sign Crystal Palace midfielder”→
Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson is certain that the Eagles can win games in the Premier League without talisman WilfriedZaha. Hodgson had to answer questions about the English-born Ivorian international winger after his team missed the quality of the player during the league defeat at Burnley on Monday night.
Crystal Palace had to navigate the trip to Burnley without Zaha after he returned a positive test for Covid-19. Without him, Burnley beat the Eagles 1-0 at home courtesy the first half goal from Chris Wood. The Clarets striker had not scored since the 4-2 loss at Leicester City on matchday 2 and had gone six games without a goal until the matchday9 meeting with Crystal Palace at Turf Moor. Continue reading “PALACE NOT OVERRELIANT ON ZAHA”→
Eberechi Eze, the most expensive signing by Crystal Palace this season hopes to live up to the trust Roy Hodgson has in him. The English midfielder who came on for a whopping 17 million UK Pounds, however, did not start for his club in their season opener at home against Southampton this weekend.
The 22-year-old Anglo-Nigerian has signed a 5 year deal with Palace. His form last season with Queen’s Park Rangers had elicited a lot of interest among top Premiership clubs. But it was Hodgson who managed to lure him. He was a regular at Queens Park starring in many of the wins as they finished the season 13th on the league table. Continue reading “Eberechi Eze Debuts for Crystal”→
Professional footballers are going to take part in the FIFA 20 tournament during the period of lockdown. But there is more good news that’s coming. Premier League recently announced that the inaugural tournament for ePremier Invitational League will kick start on the 21st of April, Tuesday. It will feature Trent Alexander-Arnold from Liverpool, Wilfried Zaha of Crystal Palace, Raheem Sterling of Manchester City, among others. The competition will take place for five days and all the games will be live broadcasted in the UK.
Football fans across the world can see the streaming version of it. The prize fund that the players collect from this tournament will be donated to the initiative #PlayersTogether that has been created by all the players of Premier League from the top-flight clubs. They have started this initiative as a collective way to generate funds specifically for the National Health Service. Continue reading “FIFA 20 will See Premier League Stars”→