Stronger defence key to Palace revival - Allardyce

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Though Zaha arrived on a five-and-a-half-year deal in February 2015, both Allardyce and Palace chairman Steve Parish have admitted they intend to open contract talks with the 24-year-old over fresh terms.

Josh King of Bournemouth is one Eoin marks down as "brilliant" and combined with Zaha, the two come in at just €11.9m from your budget which is eminently affordable.

"Wilf, us and the clubs that want him will decide his future in the end". That is realistic. Hopefully, we do not get to that point for a long time but it may be a possibility. Because it is a rare talent.

The Palace for Life Foundation has launched with a mission to transform the lives of young south Londoners through sport, encouraging them to be more active, helping them become employable and intervening to help the most disadvantaged. "If you have a core of a team that has that connection to the local community, it makes a big difference".

"There has to be a change of direction that doesn't allow any club to nick our best 14-year-old when they feel like it".

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Asked how much Zaha is worth in the current market, Allardyce said: "Who knows?"

Ndidi was brought in to fill the void left by the departure of Frenchman N'Golo Kante, who left the Foxes to join Chelsea following their unexpected Premier League title winning campaign. It is called China.

"Now it is about keeping away all this "well, you're safe now" because we aren't and making sure we don't slip up again tomorrow like we slipped up against Southampton after Chelsea", Allardyce added.

"We need to be competitive against Crystal Palace as we still need points".

It's claimed that Guardiola will oversee an overhaul at the Etihad this summer, after conceding this week that he has learnt a lot in his first season in the Premier League and has vowed to be better next year when more will be expected of his side.