Who could replace eze? Steve Parish & Dougie Freedman reveals star player to……….

After losing their key player Eze to injury, Palace is looking to bolster their forward line. Crystal Palace management is apparently looking for new attacking alternative for Selhurst Park, despite competition from number of clubs in England and abroad. What is the most recent Crystal Palace news? According to BBC Sport, playmaker Eberechi Eze of Crystal Palace is expected to miss six weeks of action at Selhurst Park due to an injury he sustained during their 1-0 victory over Manchester United last Saturday at Old Trafford.

Michael Olise is also set for a period on the sidelines after picking up an injury concern of his own; however, there will be little to dampen the mood of Crystal Palace supporters after their excellent three points against Erik Ten Hag’s men in the Premier League.

In conversation with Match of the Day, via The Mirror, Eagles boss Roy Hodgson praised his side and Joachim Andersen’s spectacular winning strike, stating: “The way the players went about the game today is really praiseworthy and has given me enormous pleasure. They have to be so disciplined and so organised. It would be asking too much to come here and dominate. Joachim Andersen is a wonderful technician. It was only a half chance. He had to quickly get his feet right and have the confidence to put his foot through the ball. I’m trying to push him forward for goal of the week!”

In addition, it appears that Crystal Palace is putting plans in place for the veteran manager Hodgson, with Kieran McKenna of Ipswich Town and Paulo Fonseca of Lille lately mentioned as potential replacements. On Saturday, Crystal Palace will host Nottingham Forest at Selhurst Park, giving them another chance to build on their brisk start to the new season. Who could take Eze’s place? According to 90min, Steve Parish and Dougie Freedman appear to be interested in adding Al-Ittihad winger Jota, who has struggled since moving to the Middle East from Celtic in the summer for fee of £25 million, as another attacking reinforcement.

The report states that Tottenham Hotspur, Celtic, Brentford, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, and West Ham United are also keeping informed on the Portuguese winger’s situation, which is complicated by the fact that he hasn’t been registered to play for Al-Ittihad for this season. Jota is keen to be released from his contract at the Saudi Pro League outfit; however, they could elect to hold on to him before trying to sell him in January.According to Transfermarkt, Jota left a lasting impression during his time in Glasgow, scoring 26 goals and dishing out 28 assists in 83 games for Scottish Premiership champions Celtic.

The 24-year-old now appears to be out in the cold at the club despite scoring once against Al-Wehda in his only five appearances for Al-Ittihad. He will want a resolution to be sorted out quickly so he can advance in his career.

He was deemed “outstanding” by his former manager, Ange Postecoglou, and would be a respectable replacement for Crystal Palace midfielder Eze, should he be forced to sit out for a lengthy amount of time

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