CRYSTAL Palace striker Glenn Murray is being linked with a move to Championship side Bolton - which would see him reunited with ex-boss Dougie Freedman.
Various reports today suggest Freedman would like to take the 31-year-old marksman either on loan or on a permanent deal.
Murray bagged 31 goals in Palace's promotion season but was forced to sit out much of the last campaign in the Premier League, after suffering a serious knee injury in the first-leg of the play-off semi-final against former club Brighton.
Tony Pulis has new signing Fraizer Campbell, Marouane Chamakh, and Dwight Gayle competing for striking spots, but reaction on Twitter today suggests most Palace fans would be unhappy to see Murray leave.
@HLTCO Tweeted: "I cannot see the club willingly letting Murray go, especially to Bolton. It would annoy so many of our fans. PR suicide."
@Eaglesince98 said: "Go away Freedman, Murray isn't going anywhere."