Hodgson reveals Palace’s Calvin Phillips also wants him.

Crystal Palace head coach Roy Hodgson praises Manchester City midfielder Calvin Phillips as a good player. If possible, I would like to bring it to help protect my status in the English Premier League during the January 2024 market.

Phillips is not in manager Josep Guardiola’s plans and has given the green light to leave in the winter. But asking for £5 million in rent for the rest of the season. 

Both rental and borrowing clubs Must accept the agreement regarding the payment of player wages. And strict conditions for buying out during the summer according to the agreed price ทางเข้า UFABET 

Just ask the English manager’s heart. He still wants an experienced engine room at Selhurst Park. But with something like this, there are many factors behind the deal. 

Opening his mouth:

“He is a good player. I would definitely consider if Phillips enters the market and it is possible for our club.” Opening his mouth before the FA Cup third round rematch against Everton (17 Jan.)

“Another thing as well. It is about financial austerity. Everyone knows that every club is told about that. But if you look at just the level of the players. I don’t think there are many team managers who wouldn’t say that. He is happy to have Phillips as a member of the club.” 

“The real concern is probably the interest from other companies. As far as we all know, there are many more, and Manchester City is still ready to sell out or just rent-loan.” 

  “Only if it sells out. I don’t think we can take on the market. But if you rent or borrow, you can have a chance. Please raise your arms to fight. Push yourself to be at the forefront.”

“What we can provide is consistent playing in the English Premier League with a chance to be on the England team competing in important tournaments.” 

“It’s just that we’re not the only club in that position. Ultimately, a lot will happen until we find out where Calvin Phillips will end up. If he really has to move away.” 

In addition to Palace, the names of Newcastle , Manchester United and even Juventus of Italian Serie A have been linked.

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