Moses poised for Palace exit

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Victor Moses' agent Tony Finnegan insists the teenage winger has played his last game for Championship club Crystal Palace.

Finnegan also confirmed the club's administrators do not want Moses to play in Palace's league clash with Newcastle and, following the club's descent into administration, Palace are likely to cash in on their most saleable asset sooner rather than later.

Asked whether Moses will still be at the club once the transfer window closes, Finnegan told Sky Sports News: "No chance. No way. There's no chance of that. If you're pulled out of a match and that's your job, you're pulled out for a reason. They're going to be selling."

Finnegan added: "Victor was stunned by the news, he was getting ready to play, but he's one of the most saleable assets in the squad so it's obviously been done to protect him. It means a deal is probably imminent with regards to him being sold."

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