Crystal Palace set price tags for two major players
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Crystal Palace set price tags for two major players

26/04/24 17:35

Crystal Palace have secured themselves in the Premier League for the 12th season running and with the appointment of their new manager, Oliver Glasner, they have been flying in form.

This has brought the attention to their two biggest talents in Eberechi Eze and Michael Olise who are on the radars of the biggest clubs in England. The likes of Manchester City, Manchester United, Liverpool and Chelsea are expressing interest in the 25 and 22 year old midfielders.

As a result of this, Crystal Palace have stuck a £60 million price tag for the players despite not being in need of cash this summer. Crystal Palace will be able to negotiate a much larger price due to the fact that both players signed new long term contracts at Selhurst Park in 2023.

Neither contracts with the players contain a release clause therefore Crystal Palace sit in a firm and comfortable position to be able to keep their star players beyond this coming summer transfer window.

Manchester City tried to sign Eze last summer after a £35 million bid was rejected by the Eagles after City thought they had activated the 25 year olds release clause.

Chelsea also tried to snub a signing for Olise last summer yet the Frenchman surprisingly signed a new deal with Palace after it had looked like a deal with Chelsea had been sealed.

Eze has scored 8 goals and picked up 5 assists in all competitions this season meanwhile Olise has scored 7 goals and assisted 4 this season.

Eze and Olise, have a combined 5 goal contributions over the last three fixtures where they have secured 9 points, including a 1-0 victory against Liverpool at Anfield.

Eze has been described as a ‘Champions League footballer’ by Danny Murphy after Crystal Palace cruised past West Ham the other week winning 5-2.

Olise has also proven that he has what it takes after having advanced talks with Chelsea last season as well as spending time in the academy of Chelsea, Arsenal and Manchester City.

These two, as well as Marc Guehi, are the reasons why Crystal Palace are cruising in the Premier League under the new management, but for how long can the Eagles keep their star boys at Selhurst Park?

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