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'Moses likely to go' - Palace boss Neil Warnock

Neil Warnock
Neil Warnock is staying positive about Crystal Palace's financial problems

Crystal Palace boss Neil Warnock has said that the club will have to sell players if their current financial situation is not resolved.

Warnock believes that 19-year-old striker Victor Moses will be the first transfer target.

"If we don't get either a new owner or new investment then we will have to sell two or three players," Warnock told BBC London 94.9.

"Victor is at the top of the list because of the way he's been playing."

He added: "I'm surprised at the moment that we have not had a concrete offer, but we've had one or two enquiries.

"I'm sure that by the end of the window, we'll have very good offers for Victor because I don't see anybody better than him.

"I look at Arsenal, Fulham and West Ham and for me, they should all be clamouring to get his signature."

Crystal Palace are currently facing serious financial problems, and players are still awaiting their wages for December.

"The chairman is doing his best at the moment. We don't like paying players and myself late, but there are worse things in life," said Warnock.

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