Crystal Palace set to offer new contract to Eberechi Eze
Eberechi Eze has attracted suitors from Premier League clubs
Eberechi Eze, a standout player for Crystal Palace, is anticipated to begin starting negotiations for a new, improved deal.
The offensive midfielder’s current contract, which is slated to end in 2025, is up, and Eagles director Steve Parish wants to sign the 25-year-old to a new, overtime agreement to stabilise the club’s finances.
Following a terrific campaign for the Eagles last year, Eberechi Eze has now made his way into Gareth Southgate’s England national team setup.
Parish is now encouraging Eze to make the same commitment to his overtime future at the club as fellow Crystal Palace forward Michael Olise.
David Ornstein of The Athletic claims that Manchester City thought about signing an attacking player this summer, especially in light of Kevin De Bruyne’s injury. In the end, The Citizens decided to sign Matheus Nunes from Wolves.
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Eze played for England in their victory over Scotland this past weekend and produced an extremely outstanding 10 goals and produced four assists in an always-present Premier League season for Palace the previous year.
The 25-year-old’s 10 goals and four assists in the Premier League last season were important to the team’s successful finish to the season.
Due to this, Eze had considerable interest from prestigious clubs in the summer. Manchester City gave the same Ornstein report serious consideration.
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Few players can control the ball as well as the current England international, who is a top-tier athlete.
It would be fantastic news if the Eagles were successful in convincing Eze to sign a new contract, similar to what they did with Olise in the summer.
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