Crystal Palace man wanted in the EFL and Arsenal man a doubt for Selhurst Park trip

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The latest Crystal Palace news and rumours on Wednesday.

Crystal Palace have just two more sleeps before the return of the new season at Selhurst Park.

The Eagles kick-start the 2022/23 Premier League campaign at home to London rivals Arsenal under the lights on Friday night.

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Patrick Viera’s side finished 12th last term, whilst the Gunners ended up in 5th place.

Here is a look at all the latest news regarding Palace today....

Boost ahead of Friday

Crystal Palace will be taking on an Arsenal side who may be without Emile Smith-Rowe.

The England international has been a key player since Mikel Arteta took over at the Emirates Stadium.

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However, as per a report by Football London, he is currently still ‘nursing’ a groin injury and is a doubt ahead of their short trip to South London.

Bradford want Banks

Youngster Scott Banks is reportedly wanted by League Two club Bradford City.

He has been on the radar of Hartlepool United this summer but Mark Hughes’ side have now joined the race for his signature.

That’s according to journalist Alan Nixon on his Patreon, who claims the Bantams are interested in luring the midfielder to Valley Parade on loan.

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Partnership extended

Crystal Palace have announced that they have extended their partnership with JD Sports.

The sports brand will benefit from branding within Selhurst Park for the duration of the new season.

Barry Webber, the club’s Chief Commercial Officer, has said:

“We’re delighted to announce our new partnership with JD as they continue to build their strong brand across south London, sharing similar values and audience to that of CPFC.”

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