Neil Warnock has blasted the Premier League vultures circling his players ahead of Monday's transfer deadline.
Palace slid into administration this week with debts of around £30million and players need to be sold for the club to survive, with teenage forward Victor Moses on his way to a Premier League club for a fee of £2.5million.
But Warnock said: "Some of the offers we have had from clubs for some of our players have been disgusting, pathetic really."
He added: "I just hope the administrator is responsible with the offers because I know what I would do with them.
"One Premier League club offered £1.5million for Moses and Nathanial Clyne."
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