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Sakho in Palace talks


Filed: Wednesday, 10th January 2018
By: Staff Writer


Diafra Sakho could be staying in London for the time being - but almost certainly not with West Ham.

The Senegal international, who has been looking for a way out of the club for more than a year is reported to be in talks with West Ham's Premier League rivals Crystal Palace, with view to a permanent move.

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West Ham are holding out for a feee in the region of 12million for the Senegal international, who is yet to start a single game for United this season due, it is thought, to a clause in his contract guaranteeing him a bumper bonus should he be selected in a starting XI.

Should Sakho complete a move to Selhurst Park he would join namesakes Mamadou Sakho and Bakary Sako at the south London-based club.





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