No £8m bid accepted for Sigurdsson

The internet is full of it, Crystal Palace have had an £8 million bid for Gylfi Sigurdsson accepted. No they haven't.

Gylfi Sigurdsson

Let's add some sanity to this. Crystal Palace have had a bid accepted for the 24 year-old Icelander, that's all, not an £8 million bid for a player we know Daniel Levy quotes clubs £10 million for.

The internet are regurgitating a piece of guesswork from a Palace site where the writer believed Sigurdsson was valued an £8 million, he or she said nothing about an actual £8 million bid.

Now Chinese whispers have firmed it up to an actual price, personally I doubt very much Levy would accept £8 million, he likes to make a profit. Gylfi Sigurdsson would like to stay at Spurs and prove himself to the new manager so a move doesn't appear to be imminent.

If Crystal Palace have bid £10 million and it's been accepted then I could understand it and should it take place it seems he might be joined by Steven Caulker.

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Palace head the queue to acquire the centre-backs services which will smash their wage bill considering he is demanding £80,000 a week from clubs, which has put off Liverpool, Arsenal and a host of other suitors.

With Hull having a clutch of Spurs players if Dawson joins them, as is imminent by all accounts if a suitible pay-off from Spurs can  be negotiated, Sunderland who used the same policy and now Palace, it seems our players are valued at Premier League level.

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