Crystal Palace have had an average start but compared to their abysmal form at the start of the last campaign, anything would have been an improvement.
Having kept star Wilfried Zaha, the sky could be the limit for Palace this season if they can get their act together. They didn’t do a lot of business but keeping the Ivorian has already proved to be massively successful, seeing how well he has been playing.
In attack with him though, players are quite as consistent and that maybe something Roy Hodgson would want to look into in January. Andros Townsend is brilliant on his day but real competition for every winger could be if Victor Moses arrived from Chelsea.
Moses, (who is valued at £18 million on Transfermarkt) the 27-year-old versatile midfielder, was a vital part in all things good at Chelsea last season but under new boss Maurizio Sarri, he hasn’t yet got a sniff.
He made 38 appearances in all competitions last season, ranging from an out-and-out defender to a wing-back that excelled at both getting forward and helping out defensively.
Palace have had games where they look menacing in attack, others where they weren’t quite so threatening to the opposition but the added pace and experience of Victor Moses could be a great signing for the Eagles and work out to be the creative flair they need to consistently punish teams.
The 27-year-old has been a good, solid performer in the top flight and Crystal Palace would be getting a player who has proven himself and knows the league, so they don’t even have to wait for him to adapt.
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