Palace set to land Fryers

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

Last Updated: 31/08/14 at 23:04 Post Comment

Zeki Fryers: Set to join Crystal Palace

Zeki Fryers: Set to join Crystal Palace

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Palace boss Neil Warnock is expected to be busy before the close of the transfer window and he has made a new left-back one of his top priorities.

Queens Park Rangers' Armand Traore was linked with a move to Selhurst Park, but Fryers is thought to have been Warnock's top target.

The 21-year-old is well down the pecking order at Tottenham with Danny Rose and summer signing Ben Davies ahead of him in Mauricio Pochettino's first-team plans.

Palace are thought to have agreed a fee with Tottenham for former Manchester United youngster Fryers, with the player expected to undergo a medical at Selhurst Park on deadline day.

Ah, proof that not every arrogant youngster who thinks he's good enough to demand a starting place at United turns out to be Paul Pogba.
- tom33

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