Crystal Palace have made their first purchase of transfer deadline day by bringing in Tottenham Hotspur left-back Zeki Fryers for an undisclosed fee.
The 21-year-old has put pen to paper on a three year contract with the Eagles and becomes Neil Warnock's second signing during his second stint as manager, following Wilfried Zaha's loan move on Thursday.
I am very excited to be here and it's a fresh start for me now. I can't wait to get out on the training pitch and show what I can do.
I have met Neil Warnock this morning and we had a good chat about the game and things on and off the pitch. I am really looking forward to working with such a great manager and getting to know my new team-mates.
Tottenham have wished the defender all the best on his move.
We have reached agreement with Crystal Palace for the transfer of Zeki Fryers. We wish him all the best. http://t.co/NKDABZ3mVK
Palace have agreed a club-record fee for Wigan's James McArthur, who, it's reported, is joining the club for £7 million. Palace will break the £4.5million paid to Peterborough for striker Dwight Gayle last summer if they now complete the deal for 26-year-old McArthur as expected.
Wilfried Zaha appears to have confirmed that he's on his way back to Crystal Palace. In a tweet, which later disappeared from his feed, the 21-year-old Manchester United player said: "Back !! #CPFC pic.twitter.com/oWNvrK8vvU"
Zaha is heavily tipped to be joining Crystal Palace on a season-long loan, after making only four appearances for United since he signed with them for £15 million in January last year. He spent the last part of last season on loan to Cardiff City.
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Crystal Palace have said that Neil Warnock has signed a two-year deal and will take charge of the team for their next match at Newcastle on Saturday.
Crystal Palace have appointed Neil Warnock as their manager for the second time. The job has been vacant since Tony Pulis left just before the start of the season.
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Tony Pulis has left Crystal Palace by mutual consent - two days before the season has even begun.
He met with chairman Steve Parish after reports of friction after Pulis grew frustrated over a failure to land a number of summer signings.
Assistant manager Keith Millen will be in temporary charge for Saturday's trip to Arsenal.
The club is yet to comment.
Pulis guided Palace to 11th place last season. making it the first time the club have managed to stay in the Premier League after being promoted
Tony Pulis has left his post as manager of Crystal Palace, Press Association Sport understands.
It was widely reported that Pulis and club co-chairman Steve Parish were holding talks to discuss issues relating to transfer dealings.
According to BBC Sport, Pulis has been frustrated by the club failing to push through deals for various players he targeted to strengthen the Palace squad.
Pulis led Palace to survival in the top flight last season after inheriting a squad in turmoil in November, and was named the League Managers Association's Premier League manager of the year in May.
Crystal Palace co-chairman Steve Parish has hinted that the Eagles are ready to take Wilfried Zaha back to Selhurst Park. Zaha was sold to Manchester United for £15 million in 2013 but his future at Old Trafford is in question as he has failed to shine. In an interview with Sky Sports News Parish insists the 21-year-old winger would be welcome back but stresses the decision is up to Palace boss Tony Pulis - and United.
It's up to the manager, the players we sign. It's not up to me. I'm there to help him get the squad he wants. There's a sentimental value and I loved Wilf as a kid and he did sensational things for us. "I know the fans would like him back and that will play a part, but in the end the manager will decide what we do.
Parish hopes to complete the signing of two players before Saturday's Premier League opener against Arsenal and confirmed the row over player bonuses has been brought to a successful resolution.