Sport Van Aanholt not leaving Palace

16:01  09 january  2018
16:01  09 january  2018 Source:   Read Sport

Manchester City's winning run ended by Crystal Palace stalemate

  Manchester City's winning run ended by Crystal Palace stalemate Crystal Palace halted Manchester City's pursuit of a record-equalling 19th successive league victory by holding them to a 0-0 draw at Selhurst Park. On only the second occasion this season that City have dropped points in the Premier League, they were even fortunate to avoid defeat to opponents they beat 5-0 in September after Luka Milivojevic missed a late penalty.Their 18 consecutive victories already represented a Premier League record, but Palace's resilience means they fell one short of the European record set by Bayern Munich, also then managed by Pep Guardiola, in 2014.

Patrick John Miguel van Aanholt (born 29 August 1990) is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as a left back for Premier League club Crystal Palace . He began his professional career at Chelsea, where he was used sparingly, spending time on loan at five other clubs.

Van Aanholt played under Palace manager Sam Allardyce last season, as he kept Sunderland up. The 26-year-old left -back, capped six times by his country, is the Premier League's top goal-scoring defender over the past two seasons, with seven goals.

Crystal Palace defender Patrick van Aanholt has revealed, in a tweet, that he is happy at the club and in no rush to leave.

Responding to a fan who was worried that Van Aanholt could be leaving, he replied with this…

Van Aanholt joined Crystal Palace from Sunderland for £14m a year ago this month.

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He scored twice in 11 appearances for Palace at the backend of last season, endearing himself to the home crowd at Selhurst Park.

There has been speculation that he could leave the club this month, but that appears to have been watered down by the man himself.

Palace in Sakho talks with West Ham

  Palace in Sakho talks with West Ham Crystal Palace are in talks to sign Diafra Sakho from West Ham, Sky Sports News understands. Sky sources understand Sakho had a medical at Palace on Wednesday, while another claims no formal bid has been made for the player.Sakho, who was at the West Ham training ground on Wednesday morning, revealed in October that he remains keen on leaving the Hammers after failing in a summer Deadline Day move to Ligue 1 side Rennes. The Senegal international is yet to start a Premier League game this season, scoring four goals in the 17 games he has featured in this term.

Patrick Van Aanholt ‘s move from Sunderland to Crystal Palace has finally been confirmed. Van Aanholt , 26, completed his .5 million transfer on Monday with the Dutch international left back signing a

According to the Daily Mail, Sunderland left back Patrick van Aanholt is a target for fellow Premier League side Crystal Palace . By Michael Bell. Follow Michael on Twitter.

The Dutchman is yet to get off the mark this season, with Palace struggling for goals all round in the Premier League.

The 27-year-old was linked to Everton last month, who are looking to strengthen their defence.

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Palace considering Bialkowski move .
Crystal Palace are lining up a move for Ipswich Town goalkeeper Bartoz Bialkowski. According to The Mirror, Palace are considering a bid for the shot-stopper in the January transfer window. The report claims that Palace are looking for another goalkeeper to improve their strength in depth in that position. Wayne Hennessey is currently Palace’s first-choice goalkeeper, but Roy Hodgson is looking for someone to challenge his position in the side. Bialkowski is rated as one of the best goalkeepers in the Championship, having impressed over the past few seasons for Ipswich. The Polish goalkeeper would command a fee in the region of £4m, the report claims, a fee which could be easily met by Palace’s funds. His Ipswich contract expires at the end of the season, although Ipswich have an option of extending it by a further year. Palace face Southampton away from home in the Premier League tonight, with Hennessey starting in goal.

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