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CRYSTAL PALACE, Allardyce: "Sakho? He chose us, but we need not to get relegated"

17.03.2017 19.45 by Claudio Colla  read 594

Asked about the chance for Crystal Palace to buy French international centre-back Mamadou Sakho (27) back from Liverpool, Eagles manager, Sam Allardyce, stated: “It would be a big negotiation at the end of the season, if we were to stay in the Premier League. At this moment in time Mama has chosen Crystal Palace to play first-team football, I think he has settled into the environment exceptionally well”.

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