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Tuesday, July 10, 2012
Transfer news: Nathaniel Clyne is still set to leave the Eagles
Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish is working hard to obtain the required fee for out-of-contract star Nathaniel Clyne.
The 21-year-old, has rejected a new deal with the Eagles and he has been tracked by a host of Premier League clubs, including Reading, Fulham, West Ham, Manchester City and Manchester United.
Any club would have to pay compensation and the Eagles are looking to earn £3million from the sale.
“We need to do a deal with Clyne,” Parish told the South London Press.
“There is a bit of action in the background and we know there is a lot of interest.”
“It is just about sorting out who it is best to go to and who will put the right money on the table. We’re all working to get an outcome.
“Clubs don’t want to go down the tribunal route. It is a game of cat and mouse on the fee - we’ve just got to let that play out.”
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