Published: Mon, August 12, 2019
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Crystal Palace fans hail Ghana's Jordan Ayew season debut upfront

Crystal Palace fans hail Ghana's Jordan Ayew season debut upfront

After sending him home from training on deadline day, Hodgson said Zaha is "absolutely" in contention for the club's first Premier League fixture of the new season. "He realises that", said the former England manager.

"He's a professional and committed to the club and helping us do what we need to do to stay in the league". It was a good outcome for us.

"For us it's been a very good outcome because Wilf is still with us and we're looking forward to once again benefiting from the skills he brings to us to help us win football matches".

The 72-year-old said he was counting on Zaha delivering for Palace despite some reports saying Zaha has told the club he will not be available at Selhurst Park on Saturday.

Admitting defeat Everton filled the void by buying Arsenal winger Alex Iwobi for a fee that could rise to £35 million.

Palace won only five times at home last season and could hand Gary Cahill his debut in the absence of James Tomkins and Mamadou Sakho.

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"It is unsafe at the start of the season when everybody is excited to talk about targets because so much depends on injuries", he said.

He subsequently handed in a transfer request after the bid was turned down, but a deal could still not happen between the two parties.

The club have been given an additional boost after club captain Luka Milivojevic signed a new four-year contract. "If we can be stronger there is no reason for us to have a lower total as our goal".

The Palace chairman Steve Parish has also told the Ivory Coast global that he won't be leaving during the remaining European transfer window.

Arsenal and Everton were among the teams to pursue Zaha, 26, during the transfer window, with the player making his desire to leave clear.

The article says that Chelsea FC are "convinced" that they will be able to overturn their transfer ban by the January window and they are taking note of Zaha's situation.

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