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Transfer news LIVE: Latest Premier League and Europe deals

The January transfer window is hotting up, with Premier League clubs at both ends of the table looking to do business before the end of the month. Sportsmail brings you all the latest news.

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Euro Paper Talk: Arsenal to replace Walcott with £89m Liverpool target; Real Madrid plot ?600m six-player trade

Arsenal are tipped to make a move for a big-money Liverpool target, while Real Madrid could sign three stars and let three leave in a prospective ‚ā¨600m trade, according to Wednesday’s European papers.

 

ARSENAL TARGET BIG-MONEY WINGER SWOOP

Arsenal have joined Liverpool in the race to sign Sporting Lisbon winger Gelson Martins, according to reports in the Portuguese media.

With long-serving Gunners star Theo Walcott expected to sign for Everton, O Jogo claims Arsenal have turned their attentions to Portugal flyer Martins.

The 22-year-old has been one of the standout stars in Liga NOS over the last two seasons and has also impressed in the Champions League with Sporting this term.

Indeed his performances led to reports earlier in the week claiming Liverpool had offered the player a summer move to Anfield and had even agreed a £4.4million-a-season salary.

However, any deal for either Arsenal or Liverpool would come at a price: Martins currently has a buy-out clause of £53m but it is believed Sporting are looking to increase that to an eye-watering £89million.

 

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Real Madrid will sign¬†Neymar, Eden Hazard and Robert Lewandowski in place of Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and Karim Benzema this summer in an overhaul that will see around ‚ā¨400m spent and around ‚ā¨200m brought back in¬† (Marca)

Ronaldo is desperate to leave Real Madrid after falling out with president Florentino Perez over the fact that he earns less than Lionel Messi and Neymar (Mundo Deportivo)

Ronaldo’s potential return to Manchester United is definitely back on (Gazetta dello Sport)

Manchester United target Fabinho insists he won’t be leaving Monaco this month, despite talk of a fresh ¬£40m offer from Jose Mourinho’s side (O Globoesporte)

Leon Goretzka has snubbed a move to Liverpool, Man Utd and Arsenal and will join Bayern Munich on a free transfer at the end of the season (Bild)

Arsenal could yet miss out to Real Madrid after the Spaniards re-entered the race to sign Dortmund striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Don Balon)

Juventus will make a concrete move for one of either Arsenal’s Mesut Ozil or Christian Eriksen of Tottenham this summer (Corriere dello Sport)

Inter will launch an ambitious bid for Liverpool target and Real Madrid midfielder Dani Ceballos should they fail to land Rafinha Alcantara this month (Diario AS)

Manchester City are emerging as contenders to sign Antoine Griezmann after ending their interest in Manchester United bound Alexis Sanchez

Chelsea are expected to face competition from PSG if Juventus give any indication they are willing to sell wing-back Alex Sandro (L’Equipe)

Javier Mascherano will play his final Barcelona match next Thursday against Espanyol before joining Hebei China Fortune (Mundo Deportivo)

Villarreal hope to talk AC Milan into accepting a reduced ‚ā¨11m bid (down from ‚ā¨15m) for on-loan striker Carlos Bacca (Gazetta dello Sport)

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Roma defender Federico Fazio has criticised Spurs and the English game after his ill-fated spell in the Premier League (Corriere dello Sport)

Long-term Liverpool target Inaki Williams has signed a new seven-year deal at Athletic Bilbao which has seen his exit fee increased to a potential ‚ā¨108million

Manchester United and Liverpool are among the clubs to have opened talks on a deal to sign Barcelona’s Aleix Vidal this month (Estadio Deportivo)

PSG have put talks with AC Milan keeper Gigio Donnarumma on hold and have turned their attentions to Roma stopper Alisson, who is wanted by Liverpool (Calciomercato)

Simon Mignolet has been linked with a ‚ā¨20million switch to Serie A leaders Napoli (Het Nieuwsblad)

Tottenham have reportedly joined Juventus in race to sign Cagliari’s North Korean forward Kwang-Song Han

 

 

 

Manchester United are plotting a fresh bid to take Brazil midfielder Fabinho to Old Trafford and could launch a £40m move to bring him to Old Trafford this month (Don Balon)

Real Betis midfielder Fabian Ruiz wants to extend his contract at the club, despite Roma attempting to trigger his ‚ā¨15m release clause (Cadena Ser)

Juventus are emerging as favourites ahead of Roma, Inter Milan and Napoli in the race to sign Matteo Darmian – but any move for the unsettled Manchester United defender is likely to be put on hold until the summer (Calciomercato)

AC Milan star Suso has refused to rule out a return to Liverpool

Everton are emerging as serious rivals to Sevilla in the race to sign Eintracht Frankfurt Omar Mascarell (Marca)

Real Madrid have agreed to pay the ‚ā¨110m exit fee in Mauro Icardi’s contract, with the Argentine due to move after the 2018 World Cup (Corriere dello Sport)

 

 

 

 

 

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Crystal Palace News, Fixtures, Results and Team Updates | Mail Online 17 Jan 13:10

VAR: Sportsmail experts on whether it's working or not

Leicester City star Kelechi Iheanacho made English football history on Tuesday night after becoming the first player to have a goal awarded by a Video Assistant Referee (VAR).

Crystal Palace News, Fixtures, Results and Team Updates | Mail Online 17 Jan 12:57

Transfer news RECAP: Arsenal, Man Utd, Man City and more

Clubs in the Premier League and beyond are approaching the halfway point of the January transfer window, and big-money deals are in full flow. Sportsmail brings you all the latest as it happens.

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All the completed Premier League transfers in the January window

All the incomings and outgoings in the Premier League during the January transfer window….

 

Arsenal

Players in: Konstantinos Mavropanos (£2.2m, PAS Giannina)

Players out: Francis Coquelin (£10.6m, Valencia)

Bournemouth

Players in:

Players out:

Brighton

Players in:

Players out: Jamie Murphy (loan, Rangers)

Burnley

Players in: Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (loan, Tottenham)

Players out:

Chelsea

Players in: Ross Barkley (£15m, Everton)

Players out: Diego Costa (undisclosed, Atletico Madrid); Jake Clarke-Salter (loan, Sunderland)

Crystal Palace

Players in:

Players out:

Everton

Players in: Cenk Tosun (£27m, Besiktas)

Players out: Ross Barkley (£15m, Chelsea); Liam Walsh (£1m, Bristol City); Gethin Jones (undisclosed, Fleetwood); Kevin Mirallas (loan, Olympiakos)

Huddersfield Town

Players in: Terence Kongolo (Monaco, loan); Alex Pritchard (£11m, Norwich)

Players out: Kasey Palmer (loan recall, Chelsea)

Leicester City

Players in: Adrien Silva (£22m, Sporting Lisbon), Fousseni Diabate (£4.4m, Gazelec Ajaccio)

Players out:

Liverpool

Players in: Virgil van Dijk (£75m, Southampton);

Players out: Philippe Coutinho (£142m, Barcelona), Cameron Brannagan (undisclosed, Oxford United), Ryan Kent (loan, Bristol City)

Manchester City

Players in:

Players out: Marlos Moreno (Flamengo, loan)

Manchester United

Players in:

Players out: James Wilson (Sheffield United, loan)

Newcastle United

Players in:

Players out: Adam Armstrong (loan, Blackburn), Ivan Toney (Scunthorpe, loan)

Southampton

Players in:

Players out: Virgil van Dijk (£75m, Liverpool)

Stoke City

Players in: Moussa Niakate (undisclosed, Paris FC), Moritz Bauer (undisclosed, Rubin Kazan)

Players out:

Swansea City

Players in:

Players out:

Tottenham Hotspur

Players in:

Players out: Georges-Kevin Nkoudou (loan, Burnley), Marcus Edwards (loan, Norwich)

Watford

Players in:

Players out:

West Bromwich Albion

Players in:

Players out:

West Ham United

Players in:

Players out:

 

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Crystal Palace: ClubCall.com 17 Jan 11:00

Crystal Palace: Eagles to monitor spending

Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish has made it clear he will not be breaking the club's budget on transfers this month.

Crystal Palace ‚Äď teamtalk.com 17 Jan 08:56

Paper Talk: Mkhitaryan wages scare Arsenal; Aubameyang deal close

A Roma defender has been linked to Chelsea, while Henrikh Mkhitaryan has demanded a huge pay rise if he is to join Arsenal, according to Wednesday’s papers.

 

MKHI DEMANDING HIS SHARE

Manchester United midfielder Henrikh Mkhitaryan has demanded astronomical wages if he is to join Arsenal in a deal for Alexis Sanchez, a report claims.

The Daily Record claims that Mkhitaryan has told Arsenal he wants the same wage package that was offered to Sanchez if he is to move to North London.

The Armenia international allegedly has several reservations about moving to the Gunners, including having to drop down to the Europa League and the club being adrift of the top four currently.

A return to former club Borussia Dortmund is believed to be the preference of the 28-year-old rather than a switch to the Emirates.

The report goes on to state that his agent, Mino Raiola, is demanding Arsenal make Mkhitaryan the highest paid player in the club’s history if they are to tempt him to leave Manchester.

Mkhitaryan currently earns around £140,000-a-week at United, but Arsenal’s final contract offer to Sanchez reached £300,000-a-week, reports claim.

Speaking about Mkhitaryan‚Äôs future, agent Raiola told The Times: “Manchester United are not going to sign Sanchez unless Mkhi agrees to join Arsenal.

“Mkhi is going to do what is best for him. He has two-and-a-half years left on his contract, so it‚Äôs his decision.”

 

 

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Manchester United are prepared to offer Arsenal £35million and Alexis Sanchez £350,000-a-week, should the swap deal for Henrikh Mkhitaryan fall through (The Sun)

Ed Woodward, United’s executive vice-chairman, is hopeful of signing Sanchez and the Chile international is Jose Mourinho’s top target (Times)

Tottenham have 21-year-old Norwich midfielder James Madison in their sights, along with Liverpool and Manchester City (Evening Standard)

Chelsea are chasing the signature of Roma defender Emerson Palmieri (Mirror)

 

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Jose Mourinho is close to signing a new five-year contract with United. The new deal is two years longer than his initial agreement with United, which saw him signed up for three years in May 2016

Borussia Dortmund forward Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang has agreed personal terms with Arsenal chiefs – leaving it to their Bundesliga club counterparts to finalise a deal (Mirror)

 

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Theo Walcott will complete his ¬£20million move to Everton on Wednesday after spending Tuesday afternoon at the Toffees’ training ground Finch Farm for a medical and finalising terms (Liverpool Echo)

David Moyes may have publicly denied that he is aware of a Chelsea bid for Andy Carroll, however West Ham bosses are willing to listen to offers of £20million

Swansea are favourites to sign AC Milan’s ¬£35million striker (WalesOnline)

Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has ended takeover talks with prospective buyer Amanda Staveley (Press Association Sport)

Argentinian 31-year-old former Liverpool winger Sebastian Leto, currently playing in the UAE Arabian Gulf League with Emirates Club, could return to English football after opening talks with Fulham (Daily Mail)

 

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Crystal Palace: ClubCall.com 17 Jan 08:01

Crystal Palace: Striker bid doomed

Crystal Palace look set to fail in their attempts to land Kevin Gameiro as Atletico Madrid are not interested in selling the striker.

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Palace star eyed, Ings hopes fade as Newcastle prepare to spend

Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez has been given the go-ahead to bring in up to three new signings to help in the fight for Premier League survival.

Press Association Sport understands that owner Mike Ashley has sanctioned the move having accepted the Spaniard’s argument that he needs further help if he is to keep the club in the top flight and secure another instalment of the riches that would bring.

However, it is understood that Benitez and managing director Lee Charnley will have limited funds with which to work as they step up their ongoing efforts to bolster a squad which was left short during the summer transfer window.

The manager drew up a series of targets some time ago and hoped to have new additions in place by this Saturday, although with the January market proving as difficult as ever, progress has been painfully slow.

Efforts to tie up a loan deal for Chelsea youngster Kenedy have been held up at the Stamford Bridge end, while Liverpool striker Danny Ings has indicated he would prefer to stay at Anfield and fight for his place after his return to fitness.

The are also understood to be keen on signing a new left-back and the Magpies are believed to have contacted Crystal Palace for permission to speak to Senegalese defender Pape Souare.

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With time fast running down, Newcastle will hope for movement on one or both fronts, while at the same time turning their attention to alternatives.

Benitez could boost his pot and free up wages by offloading current members of his squad with Jack Colback and Henri Saivet among those considered surplus to requirements. However, he has insisted he has no plans to sell any player currently playing amid speculation over the futures of Chancel Mbemba, Jonjo Shelvey and Christian Atsu.

Ashley has made his move with the Magpies sitting in 15th place in the table with 23 points from as many games and just three clear of the drop zone ahead of Saturday’s trip to leaders Manchester City.

His hopes of selling the club by Christmas are now a distant memory and while the channels of communication with Amanda Staveley’s PCP Capital Partners remain open, sources on Tyneside were mystified on Tuesday by claims that an improved offer had been made.

With little prospect of a swift breakthrough, the sportswear magnate has given Charnley, the man who does the deals, the green light to strengthen in a bid to protect his investment, and the success or otherwise of his mission over the next fortnight or so could prove critical.

 

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Crystal Palace: ClubCall.com 16 Jan 14:20

Crystal Palace: Palace defender linked with Toon move

Crystal Palace left-back Pape Souare could be set for an exit from Selhurst Park this month with Newcastle believed to be interested.

Crystal Palace: ClubCall.com 16 Jan 12:06

Crystal Palace: Fans hope for Hennessey

Crystal Palace keeper Wayne Hennessey admits he's not a fans favourite at the club as he battles Julian Speroni for a starting spot.

Crystal Palace: ClubCall.com 15 Jan 18:27

Crystal Palace: Eagles back in Ronnow hunt

Crystal Palace look set to go back in for Brondby goalkeeper Frederik Ronnow this month after missing out on him over the summer.

Football365 | Crystal Palace 15 Jan 13:37

Former Palace boss tries to whore Zaha out to Liverpool

What did Palace ever do to …

Football365 | Crystal Palace 15 Jan 13:01

The completed January Premier League transfers list

The January transfer window has creaked …

Crystal Palace ‚Äď teamtalk.com 15 Jan 11:31

Ref Review: Sterling rightfully yellow carded after dive

We reflect on matchday 23 of the Premier League and there were some shocking decisions by referees over the weekend.

 

Refereeing decisions are regularly the source of debate among fans, pundits, players and managers so this season a five-strong TEAMtalk panel will be passing judgement on every red card (or avoidance of one), every penalty and any other major incident every matchday.

We’ll also decide on a weekly basis which side can consider themselves lucky and which was the easiest decision for a match official to make.

 

Swansea penalty appeal v Newcastle United 

New boss Carlos Carvalhal was left raging for what he described as a “clear penalty” that Swansea failed to be awarded on Tyneside. In the first half of an even encounter Mo Diame appeared to block a shot from Mike van der Hoorn with his elbow. It was missed by ref Graham Scott despite wild protests from various Swansea players in the vicinity. Replays suggested Diame’s arm was not in a natural position and therefore it should have been handball and a spot kick. When you are down amongst the dead men though, decisions like this have a habit of not falling your way.

Verdict: Incorrect decision 

Abdoulaye Doucoure goal v Southampton 

Roger East has had a complete nightmare here, not to mention Southampton, who were robbed of their first win in 10 Premier League matches after a crazy last few minutes at Vicarage Road. Leading 2-1 against the Hornets, the Saints were under the cosh as Doucoure stopped to nod home Troy Deeney’s header back across goal in the final minute. The ball however missed his head, but was swept home with a subtle hand. Inexplicably Mr East and his two assistants missed the game’s defining moment and the goal was given.

Verdict: Incorrect decision

 

Wayne Rooney offside v Tottenham

Mr Rooney thought he had scored on 22 minutes at Wembley after dabbing the ball past Hugo Lloris following Cenk Tosun’s flick. However the England man was rightly flagged for offside.

Verdict: Correct decision

 

Harry Kane first goal v Everton

“I might have been offside. Sometimes you get them, sometimes you don’t.” So said a sheepish Harry Kane in his post-match interview reacting to his first goal against the tricky Toffees. Kane slammed a side-footed shot into the net following Son’s cross but was blatantly offside. Not so, according to the officials, and he went on to grab another and become the club’s record scorer in the Premier League.

Verdict: Incorrect decision

 

Crystal Palace penalty appeal v Burnley

Huge moment at Selhurst Park early on and Michael Oliver surely got it wrong. Bakary Sako, who was excellent all afternoon, was scythed down in the box by James Tarkowski. However Oliver somehow failed to award a penalty.

Verdict: Incorrect decision

 

West Brom penalty appeal v Brighton

The Baggies long wait for a Premier League win finally ended on Saturday as they beat a below par Brighton 2-0. They were good value for the win and also saw a penalty appeal waved away midway through the first half when a Matt Phillips shot struck Glenn Murray on the arm. The appeals were waved away by Martin Atkinson and to be fair to Murray it was more ball to hand, though his arms were quite high.

Verdict: Correct decision

 

Riyad Mahrez penalty appeal v Chelsea

Mahrez has been on fire for Leicester in recent weeks but blotted his copybook somewhat here after an outrageous second half dive at a Stamford Bridge. Andreas Christensen doesn’t move in the box as Mahrez tumbled over his outstretched leg in search of a spot kick. The normally mild-mannered Christensen was furious, confronting Mahrez afterwards with a wagging finger and a few choice words. On a weekend where the officials got things wrong in so many top flight games, Mike Jones was bang on the money here.

Verdict: Correct decision

 

Ben Chilwell red card v Chelsea

Young Chilwell was dismissed for the first time in his career for two yellow cards. And while the first may have been semi dubious he can have no argument about the second. He caught Victor Moses on the shin. Studs up. Case closed.

Verdict: Correct decision

 

Bournemouth penalty appeal v Arsenal

Let’s have it right. Just what was Alex Iwobi doing? The Arsenal man, in a nod to Chuck Norris, elbowed the ball away after a Bournemouth cross. His arm was clearly in an unnatural position. He elbowed the football. It was stonewall. In the words of Graeme Souness afterwards “What’s not to give there?” Thankfully the decision didn’t cost the Cherries, who came from behind to win 2-1.

Verdict: Incorrect decision

 

Manchester City penalty appeal

Just in case Liverpool fans needed another reason to boo him mercilessly, Raheem Sterling took a dive in the box with just six minutes gone of Sunday’s pulsating Anfield spectacular. There was a slight suggestion that Emre Can brushed Sterling’s heels initially, but replays confirmed it wasn’t a penalty. If the ref didn’t deem it a spot kick there is also an argument Sterling should have been booked for simulation.

Verdict: Correct decision

 

Team most likely to feel brassed off award

Southampton

You have to feel for Mauricio Pellegrino, a manager on the brink, trying to comprehend a 10-game winless run which looked like ending until Doucoure’s outrageous late leveller. In these heady times of VAR trials, here is a perfect example of a decision that would have been referred, an infringement spotted and a goal removed.

Stonewall decision of the Week

Chilwell red card at Chelsea

The second booking was clearly the result of a reckless act. Whether Chilwell meant to make the foul or not, it was reckless. And brainless given he had been booked not long before.

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Crystal Palace News, Fixtures, Results and Team Updates | Mail Online 15 Jan 11:18

Celtic keen on Chelsea winger Charly Musonda

Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest are among the English clubs to have asked about Charly Musonda but the Scottish champions are willing to loan or buy if the price is right.

Football365 | Crystal Palace 15 Jan 10:31

Premier League winners and losers

More Arsenal calamity, Chelsea’s drought and …

Football365 | Crystal Palace 15 Jan 09:32

Hodgson reiterates need for more signings at Palace

Roy Hodgson has dragged Crystal Palace …

Crystal Palace News, Fixtures, Results and Team Updates | Mail Online 15 Jan 09:19

Crystal Palace leapfrog West Ham in race to sign Babacar

The 24-year-old has been on the club’s radar for over a year but, with a proposed move for West Ham’s Diafra Sakho stalling, Palace are pushing to finalise a deal worth around £15million.

ESPN FC - Crystal Palace News 14 Jan 12:56

Crystal Palace in the hunt for January signings despite good run - Hodgson

Bakary Sako's first-half strike gave Crystal Palace a deserved win over Burnley as they continued their fine form under Roy Hodgson. Bakary Sako's first-half strike gave Crystal Palace a deserved win over Burnley as they continued their fine form under Roy Hodgson. Bakary Sako's first-half strike gave Crystal Palace a deserved win over Burnley as they continued their fine form under Roy Hodgson. ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps all the Saturday results from week 23 in the Premier League, including Chelsea's third straight goalless draw. English Premier League: Bakary Sako (21') Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley Roy Hodgson insists Crystal Palace cannot allow their transfer ambitions to change despite beating Burnley with eight first-team players out injured. The manager confirmed Palace are yet to make progress in their pursuit of Getafe goalkeeper Vicente Guaita but he remains adamant they require competition for Wayne Hennessey and Julian Speroni, in addition to a new striker. Prior to the victory over Burnley he had said that Palace required "three or four" signings even before the injuries suffered...

ESPN FC - Crystal Palace News 14 Jan 11:11

Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley: Eagles' resurgence continues

Bakary Sako's first-half strike gave Crystal Palace a deserved win over Burnley as they continued their fine form under Roy Hodgson.

ESPN FC - Crystal Palace News 13 Jan 20:55

Premier League: Chelsea 'abysmal,' Spurs in full flow

ESPN FC's Craig Burley recaps all the Saturday results from week 23 in the Premier League, including Chelsea's third straight goalless draw.

ESPN FC - Crystal Palace News 13 Jan 20:03

Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley: Eagles' resurgence continues

Bakary Sako's first-half strike gave Crystal Palace a deserved win over Burnley as they continued their fine form under Roy Hodgson.

ESPN FC - Crystal Palace News 13 Jan 18:10

Palace revival goes on as Burnley win puts them 12th

Crystal Palace Burnley 1 0 FT Game Details Live football odds with bet365. Bet Now » Highlights GameCast Lineups and Stats Crystal Palace took a further step towards Premier League survival with a 1-0 victory over Burnley, extending the visitors' winless run to seven games. The Clarets climbed to fourth with victory over Stoke last month but have struggled since and came up short again against a Palace side missing eight first-team regulars. A second goal in two games from Bakary Sako was enough to secure the three points for the Eagles to take the hosts up to 12th and into serious contention for a top-10 finish having...

Football365 | Crystal Palace 13 Jan 15:31

Crystal Palace 1-0 Burnley: Sako lifts Eagles to 12th

Bakary Sako scored the only goal …

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Crystal Palace | BBC 26 Jun 22:16

Palace 'bought their way out of trouble'

Crystal Palace "bought" their way out of trouble last season by appointing Sam Allardyce and spending in January, says Eagles chairman Steve Parish.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Crystal Palace | BBC 26 Jun 19:15

Palace's De Boer excited to 'spend money'

New Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer says he is excited to join a club that "spend a lot of money".

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Crystal Palace | BBC 26 Jun 18:37

Hazard, Ba & Cabaye invest in NASL club

Chelsea's Eden Hazard and Crystal Palace's Yohan Cabaye are among the investors backing a new football club in the United States.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Crystal Palace | BBC 26 Jun 17:59

Croll joins Exeter after Palace release

Exeter City sign centre-back Luke Croll on a permanent deal following his release by Premier League side Crystal Palace.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Crystal Palace | BBC 26 Jun 16:04

Palace appoint De Boer as manager

Crystal Palace confirm former Ajax and Inter Milan boss Frank de Boer as their new manager on a three-year contract.

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