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Crystal Palace could offload midfield powerhouse in January

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Crystal Palace midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi is being tracked by West Brom, Hull and Cardiff for a January move from Selhurst Park, according to the Daily Star.

The South African's contract expires in the summer and he is open to offers in the January transfer window.

Palace are considering letting the player leave for a cut price whilst new manager Tony Pulis is looking to make changes in January.

Reports suggest Dikgacoi has also attracted interest from Nurnberg, Bayer Leverkusen and Werder Bremen in Germany.

The 29-year-old has started 12 games for the Eagles - without making a huge impact on his team's season. The South London side currently sit second from bottom in the Premier league with just 13 points.

Dikgacoi was signed on loan by Crystal Palace from Fulham in 2011 before making the move permanent and has 54 international caps for South Africa.

Championship sides Nottingham Forrest and Leicester City are also interested in signing the midfielder but it is unlikely the player will chose to step back down to the Championship. 


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