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Nottingham Forest to test Palace’s resolve with Moses bid

Conflicting reports on the future of 19 year old Crystal Palace striker are seeing him linked with a move to Nottingham Forest and Man City yet again.

The Daily Mail claim that Nottingham Forest will be the first team to test Crystal Palace’s resolve with a £3m bid for the young striking sensation, whilst The Daily Star claim that Man City already have a £3.5m deal in place and spent the weekend thrashing out a contract.

Moses has been linked with Roma, Tottenham, Liverpool and Arsenal amongst others but if the The Daily Mail are to be believed it appears the promise of regular first team could be enough to secure the signature of the 19 year old if Palace are willing to do business.

Moses’ performances have seen his stock rise not only domestically but also in Europe and with Forest chasing promotion to the Premiership, sitting in second, they will attempt to sign the forward from cash strapped Palace in an attempt to boost their chances.

The Daily Star on the other hand claim that if they do succeed in capturing the signature of the youngster, Man City will look to loan him out straight away with West Brom, Forest’s rivals for promotion, the preferred destination.

With as much speculation as there has been around Moses, Crystal Palace will do well to keep their hands on their player.

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