Liverpool could swoop for Yannick Bolasie

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Crystal Palace are fearful that they will receive bids for wide-man Yannick Bolasie from some of the Premier League's big-boys before the close of the transfer window. 

This has been reported by the Daily Mail, who claim that the duo of Liverpool and Tottenham have both been credited with interest in the player's signature in recent time, and could yet swoop for him in the near future. 

Bolasie, of course, is recognised as one of the most talented wingers in England's elite division as he continues to go from strength-to-strength at Selhurst Park.


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In fact, the same report claims that Palace are desperate to keep hold of their key man and are ready to offer him a new deal to keep him on at the club for the long-term. 

It's uncertain, however, as to whether the player will look to leave Palace behind or whether the duo of Tottenham or Liverpool step up their interest in him anytime soon. 

Fine player

One thing's for sure, he'd make quite the coup for a number of teams in the Premier League. Ultimately, if he can improve on his scoring record, then he'd be recognised as one of the top wingers around, so Palace must do all they can to keep hold of him. 

Full of pace and skill, Bolasie could prove better than ever in this campaign, so Alan Pardew must do all he can to prove to him that Palace is the place to be. In fairness to Pardew, he's enjoyed a terrific opening six months or so as boss of the Eagles.

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