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CRYSTAL PALACE - Duel to Bournemouth, West Ham and WBA on DEFOE

19.05.2017 09.13 by Claudio Colla  read 305
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Leaving Sunderland, which got relegated, after two seasons and a half, English international forward Jermain Defoe (34), already tracked by Bournemouth, West Ham, and West Bromwich Albion, has been targeted by Crystal Palace as well. Sam Allardyce, who trained him at Black Cats in 2015/16, is trying to talk him into rejoining him.

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