Palace boss Vieira considers sending loan star back early

Crystal Palace are reportedly considering whether to keep loan signing Jean-Philippe Mateta.
The 24-year-old signed for the Eagles from Mainz in January on an 18-month loan, with a view to a permanent deal.
Mateta has scored one goal in seven appearances for the South London club.
Team Talk are reporting that Patrick Vieira has lined up other options and that does include more loan targets.
The website adds that the club have already signed Conor Gallagher this summer on loan from Chelsea, which now means their loan quota is full.
The Eagles would therefore not be able to bring in any more loan players, as the Premier League squads are limited to two loan signings, until Mateta departs.

 


 

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2 thoughts on “Palace boss Vieira considers sending loan star back early

  • 4 August 2021 at 10:39
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    No way what a waste give the man a real chance to prove himself instead of the two goals in four outings try half a season and then make any choices

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  • 4 August 2021 at 17:58
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    Such a bad article . Was it written by a child ?
    Loan signing s are limited to two from other Premier clubs . Mateta comes from a German Club . Loan signings are unlimited for European clubs .

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