Much has been said of movements at Selhurst Park, here’s a round-up of the weeks transfer shenanigans involving Crystal Palace.

IN to Selhurst Park:

Tammy Abraham

It is thought Palace are ready to swoop for Chelsea’s out of favour 21-year-old who’s impressing on loan at Aston Villa. £10million should be enough to lure the forward back to London this January.

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Ethan Ampadu

This would be a risk from Hodgson as he’s not proven at the highest level despite rave reviews from all who’ve seen him. Hodgson's risk with Loftus-Cheek paid off last season and a loan deal for the youngster could benefit both parties. That said, a central midfielder by trade it seems a little far fetched Hodgson would be looking to strengthen there.

Jermain Defoe

Rumours are circulating again about bringing the proven goal-scorer to Selhurst Park, but at 36-years-old does it seem a little desperate?

Dominic Solanke

A loan deal was touted for the Liverpool and England international as he looks to get more game time. The 21-year-old has fell down the pecking order under Klopp and wants to force his way in to Roy Hodgson’s plans.

Divock Origi

Another Liverpool man fallen down the pecking order is on Hodgsons hit-list apparently. At 23, he’s hungry to impress in the Premier League.

Gabriel Barbosa

On loan and on fire at Santos from Inter Milan the sharp shooter never settled in Italy so went back to his native Brazil. Milan would be keen to make a permanent deal and they’d be looking to recoup the £30million they spent on him.

Victor Moses

The rumour that never goes away, the return of much loved attacking right-back. Well known to have not fitted in with Maurizio Sarri’s plans, there won’t be a shortage of takers for the 28-year-old.

Oumar Niasse

The forgotten man at Everton wouldn’t command a huge fee and would provide a the target man Hodgson is looking for.

Valentino Lazaro

Berlin’s 22year old winger has not had much game time but has been effective in the Bundesliga. Possessing a great cross, an eye for goal and the versatility to play right-back, he could be a steal.

Macauley Bonne

The Leyton Orient sensation, valued at just £90k the 23-year-old has hit the ground running for the O’s since joining from Colchester United last summer. Bonne ended his debut campaign at his new club with a fantastic return of 25 goals in all competitions.17 in 24 this season has proven he’s no one season wonder.

OUT of Selhurst Park:

Patrick van Aanholt

The fans favourite has shone in a poor season for Palace and it hasn’t gone unnoticed. AS Roma and Manchester City are thought to be preparing a £25million big to lure the left back.

Connor Wickham

A career blighted by injuries it’s thought Sunderland are keen to take the striker back on whilst he recovers from the ankle injury that’s seen him sidelined for so long. They may be in League One but The Black Cats and Wickham have history.

Christian Benteke

Despite being injured there were strong rumours that Aston Villa were looking to take the Belgian back to Villa Park where he’s idolised. The move would see his disappointing spell at Palace come to an end but would mean Palace would have to look for an alternative.

Aaron Wan-Bissaka

The youngster's form has seen the Premier League's big boys stand up and take notice, most notably Manchester City and Tottenham Hotspur.

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