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Crystal Palace winger Jimmy Kebe has joined Leeds on loan until the end of the season.
The Championship club, whose manager Brian McDermott worked with the Mali international at Reading, have the option of a permanent deal in the summer.
McDermott actually scouted Kebe at Reading and later worked with him as a manager, winning promotion to the Premier League in 2012.
"Jimmy is a player that I scouted from France in 2006. He has fantastic pace, he is a real team player, and he made and scored goals for us in the Championship and the Premier League. I'm delighted he's come on board and I'm really looking forward to working with him again," McDermott said.
Crystal Palace will assess several players with undisclosed knocks ahead of Saturday's game at Tottenham, and striker Cameron Jerome may return up front. Jerome missed last weekend's FA Cup win at West Brom with a knee injury.
Jimmy Kebe is not in the squad as he has been allowed to leave on loan.
Provisional Palace squad: Speroni, Price, Ward, Gabbidon, Delaney, Mariappa, Moxey, Puncheon, Jedinak, Dikgacoi, Bannan, O'Keefe, Williams, Gayle, Chamakh, Jerome, Phillips, Bolasie, Boateng.
Holloway on his old flat: "Tony (Pulis) moved right in. Not sure who got my car, but he's not having my woman."
Tony Pulis is chasing players who will roll their sleeves up and work hard for Crystal Palace in this month's winter transfer window as he bids to mastermind Premier League survival.
Palace now sit in 18th place in the standings ahead of Saturday's match at Tottenham.
– Crystal Palace manager Tony Pulis
The important thing at this football club is that we bring players in who have got something to prove.
I don't want to be bringing in players who just want to jog through six months. We need people who are going to roll their sleeves up, work hard and make a difference and add to what we've got already.
I've got a list of players, the chairman (Steve Parish) has got that list of players. We need to get deals done if we're going to push on.
That's always been my thoughts and that was before I got to the football club.
West Brom team to play Palace: Foster, Lugano, McAuley, Dawson, Popov, Morrison, Yacob, Gera, Berahino, Vydra, Long.