Crystal Palace make fresh transfer decision ahead of Premier League game vs Tottenham

Crystal Palace are already looking at moving out players and getting in some who will compete for the second half of the season.

Crystal Palace Palace have made their first January transfer decision by sending young winger Malcolm Ebiowei out on-loan to Hull City.

Ebiowei joined Palace from Derby as a promising youngster, just like the deal which brought Michael Olise to Crystal Palace but he’s been unable to crack the first team despite being named on the bench regularly.

He’s only managed just 31 minutes of Premier League action, Palace will hope he gets the game time he desires and gets back to his best in the Championship for the second half of the season.

Hull boss Liam Rosenior who worked with Malcolm confirmed he was on the verge of signing the highly talented youngster.

He told the BBC: “Malcolm has turned down a lot of clubs in the Championship to come here.”

Palace hoping for some continuity against Tottenham

Crystal Palace will hope to record back to back Premier League wins when they host Tottenham at Selhurst on Wednesday night.

Selhurst has always proven to be sticky ground for visiting teams but Spurs will be encouraged by the fact that all three of Palace’s defeat this season at home have come against London clubs, Arsenal, Chelsea and Fulham.

Tottenham fans are waiting for news on Dejan Kulusevski who slipped out of the game against Villa ahead of kick off with a muscle injury. He’s had a scan and Antonio Conte will provide an update.

This game is well poised and Palace who are just two points behind rivals Brighton and Hove Albion in 10th position will fancy their chances.