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Zeki Fryers set to leave Tottenham Hotspur

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Crystal Palace are poised to sign Tottenham defender Zeki Fryers before the close of the transfer window, according to Sky Sports.

The 21-year-old is at present third choice behind Danny Rose and summer signing Ben Davies for the left-back position at Spurs.

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It has been reported that a fee has been agreed between Tottenham and Crystal Palace with the player expected to undergo a medical at Selhurst Park on deadline day. Neil Warnock is set to swoop for the youngster in the coming hours for a fee of around £3 million.

Fryers was told by Spurs gaffer Mauricio Pochettino he will not be part of his first team plans. The Manchester-born defender signed for Spurs from Standard Liege in January 2013, six months after leaving Manchester United, where he began his career.

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Queens Park Rangers left-back Armand Traore was strongly linked with a move to Selhurst Park, but it now appears that Warnock has turned his attention to Fryers instead. Fryers is a product of the United academy and has represented England at under-16, under-17 and under-19 levels.

Palace boss Warnock, is set to for a hectic transfer deadline day as he looks to bring in new recruits to strengthen the Crystal Palace squad.

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