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January transfer window is in coming!

Wilfried Zaha, was linked with Arsenal in the summer. 

“If one of the big clubs comes knocking, it is difficult to hold them back but what the club says, and what every club should say, is that we want a fair price for the player.

“If someone wants him, come up with a good offer and Steve (Parish, Palace chairman) won’t stop him. He would go with the club’s blessing.”

Olivier Giroud might be frustrated with his lack of appearances at ​Chelsea under Frank Lampard, is reportedly considering a move away from the club when the window opens, to minimize the risk of being left out of the France squad for Euro 2020. West Ham could be the team to offer him it, as they are seeking to reinforce their striking ranks with some experience. 

​Leicester are reported to be at the front of the queue for FC Metz forward Habib Diallo, who has eight goals in 12 games – putting him up there with Wissam Ben Yedder and Moussa Dembélé in the scoring charts. 

The Foxes are primed to make a move for the 24-year-old Senegal international, who topped the Ligue 2 scoring charts to fire Metz back into the top flight last season. 

Tahith Chong could reportedly pull a Paul Pogba and move to Juventus once his contract at Old Trafford expires in the summer. 

Chong is highly-rated by Old Trafford chiefs, but has managed just four appearances this season – a start apiece in the Europa League and EFL Cup and a couple of substitute cameos in the Premier League.

They say that Juventus had a scout watching the recent Under-23 clash with Stoke City, in which Chong scored, although that alone does appear to be the entire foundation for their story – so we can perhaps put a pin in this one for now. 

​Newcastle are mentioned as ‘competition’ for the striker, who is valued at the seemingly-too reasonable price of £7m, although with Joelinton, Andy Carroll, Dwight Gayle and Yoshinori Muto already on the books, this one seems a touch unlikely.

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