Crystal Palace’s transfer ambitions have been dealt further blows as three potential recruits look set to sign elsewhere.

Victor Moses, Jon Obi Mikel and Josh Maja’s future’s all look to be away from Selhurst Park.

Victor Moses

Moses, frequently linked with a return to Palace is said to be heading to Fenerbahce this week to finalise a loan deal.

Having fallen down the pecking order at Chelsea since the arrival of Maurizio Sarri, the Nigerian international is keen to get game time.

Despite the emergence of Aaron Wan-Bissaka at right back this term, Moses would’ve been welcomed back to SE25 such high is the regard he is kept.

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Jon Obi Mikel

Moses countryman Mikel, 32, also seems to have snubbed Palace.

Talks with Middlesbrough went ahead last week with no conclusion, allowing Palace to up their pursuit in the former Chelsea man, however it’s understood that discussions with Tony Pulis at The Riverside have resumed as they look to finalise a deal.

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Josh Maja

Sunderland’s Maja has been on the radar of a number of top flight clubs this term such has been the form of the forward in League One.

The 20-year-old has scored an impressive 17 goals in 24 appearances this season and with his contract up in six months there will be no shortage of suitors.

Cardiff City feel they don’t want to leave it to chance and look set to offer £2million for the forward, half of what the Black Cats value their prized asset.

Palace, with little to no money to spend may have to wait and hope that Maja can be persuaded to join on Hodgson at the end of the season, when presumably there’ll be no shortage of interest in the starlet.