Published: Sat, April 15, 2017
Sports | By Brett Lawson

Allardyce admits Tottenham, Man City target could leave in the summer

Allardyce admits Tottenham, Man City target could leave in the summer

Cesc Fabregas and Gerard Pique are notable examples of players who joined English clubs as adolescents under European Economic Area rules.

"It's not a question of opting in to one thing or the other".

Spending time with the Eagles co-owner you recognise exactly how passionate he remains about the club's commitment to the local community, even with Palace's Premier League status.

Leicester midfielder Andy King played 45 minutes in Madrid, but the long-serving midfielder is one of the understudies who could be handed a start against Palace and he is determined to concentrate on the task at hand on the domestic front.

"There should be another 20 or 30 young Wilfried Zahas across the country".

"And they're overloading with 33 players out on loan this year, you know what I mean?" Then if the time comes when the big club comes and takes him, at least we'll know he is ready.

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A return to Manchester therefore seems unlikely with such bad memories of his time in the north, whereas joining Tottenham would enable him to remain in London - and ultimately play more first-team football under a manager who has pursued his signature for some time now.

Tottenham's Dele Alli, who made 88 appearances for MK Dons before switching to Spurs in 2015, is an exemplary case in the argument that youngsters should continue their development by playing competitively. "At the moment, he's helping Palace a lot". "His record is there for all to see - he's never been relegated from the Premier League", he said. That's for all 92 clubs. "We only had a light training session yesterday, so I really need to see what the injury situation is".

Allardyce's team enters this match six points clear of the bottom three after a comprehensive 3-0 thrashing of beleaguered Arsenal at home last weekend.

The Foxes have risen to 11th in the Premier League table after Shakespeare won his first four games in charge, but the Eagles could leapfrog them should the hosts triumph at Selhurst Park.

Palace chairman Steve Parish said: "People like Wilfried and Jason Puncheon that are born and brought up round here are from the same streets with the same problems and the same backgrounds as the kids they're inspiring".

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