Crystal Palace FC

Crystal Palace FC Information
Nick-name(s) Eagles
League English Premiership
Location London, England
Founded 1905
Official Website

Find this seasons transfers in and out of Crystal Palace, the latest transfer rumours for the summer 2015 transfer window and how the news sources rate in terms of rumour accuracy for Crystal Palace FC.

Latest Football Transfer Rumours About Crystal Palace

Chelsea have offered a new five-year contract to England Under-21 striker Patrick Bamford. The 21-year-old is on loan at Middlesbrough and reportedly attracting interest from Everton, Aston Villa and Crystal Palace.

The Times - 14/May/2015
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Players rumoured in at Crystal Palace FC in the last 2 weeks

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5 Patrick Bamford Chelsea

Players rumoured out of Crystal Palace FC in the last 2 weeks

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Crystal Palace - News from the BBC

Crystal Palace 1-0 Swansea City

Crystal Palace beat Swansea 1-0 to finish 10th in the Premier League and complete a remarkable rise under Alan Pardew.

Liverpool 1-3 Crystal Palace

Steven Gerrard receives an emotional farewell in his final game for Liverpool at Anfield but the Reds are beaten by Crystal Palace.

New contracts for Puncheon & Delaney

Midfielder Jason Puncheon and defender Damien Delaney sign new Crystal Palace contracts, manager Alan Pardew confirms.

Crystal Palace 1-2 Manchester United

Juan Mata and Marouane Fellaini score as Manchester United strengthen their grip on fourth place by beating Crystal Palace.

Chelsea 1-0 Crystal Palace

Chelsea secure their fourth Premier League title as Eden Hazard's first-half penalty rebound defeats Crystal Palace.

Pardew aims to keep title race going

Crystal Palace boss Alan Pardew hopes his side can keep the Premier League title race going by beating Chelsea on Sunday.