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Crystal Palace may be forced to sell

By | 7th June 2012

Liverpool target Wilfried Zaha could be available for transfer this summer after Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish admitted that every player has a price. Zaha has previously been a transfer target for the now-relegated Bolton Wanderers, who saw a bid of £7 million rejected in January.

“I guess for a club like Palace, everyone’s got a price,” Parish was quoted as saying by the BBC.

“It’s a horrible thing to say in a way because we’d love to see a team succeed with the youth of the area at the heart of the team.

“Fingers crossed, we don’t get a big offer for Wilfried or Jonny that we’re forced to consider.

“There’s nothing we’d like more than to get into the play-off places or even get promoted with the nucleus of the side coming from south London.”

Liverpool have already lost attacker Dirk Kuyt this summer, but with a new manager they could see some old faces return to the Anfield mix. Brendan Rodgers has already indicated that Joe Cole and Alberto Aquilani could have parts to play next season, but is surely assessing this summer’s transfer market.

Is Zaha good enough for Liverpool? Have your say below!



Reader Comments

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  1. jk says:

    mid table player at best, we have enough of them, we need to start signing top class players

    • Anonymous says:

      Its taken a while to accept, but unfortunately we are only able to attract second tier managers and players. We are a second tier team. There is nothing inspirational about our team going forward other than hoping an outside gamble pays off.

      I am certain that Liverpool have tried convincing the top managers and top players to make the move, but unfortunately we are living off a fading successful history.

  2. braunstoneagle says:

    Take Zaha if you want hes crap anyway!!

  3. Sambobob says:

    I think zaha is ok

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