CRYSTAL Palace co-chairman Stephen Browett has admitted that the likes of Sylvan Ebanks-Blake and Albert Adomah would be the types of talent the Eagles would be interested in.
Both players have been heavily linked with moves to Selhurst Park towards the end of the current transfer window and Browett says the club are working hard on a few deals ahead of tomorrow night's 11pm deadline.
"Without naming names, they are two of the best players in the Championship and the kind of players we are looking for at that quality level," he exclusively told Advertiser Sport.
"But I can't comment directly on players at other clubs.
"We've got irons in a few fires at the moment and there are three or four players we're looking at.
"We're talking to clubs, but there's nothing we can say yet. I would hope we could get in two players, whether it's one player now and then another one when the loan window opens, or two straight transfers.
And Browett has hinted that Palace may look to use the loan market to attract players from the Premier League after the window closes.
"A lot of the Premier League clubs have got players they might not want to sell, but the once the window is finished they'll see who they've got who isn't going to realistically play for them," he said.
"They can't loan them out to other Premier League clubs are the window closes, so they have to loan them to Championship clubs."
Meanwhile, CPFC2010 have announced on the BBS Forum website not to expect any players departing Selhurst Park despite reports linking one or two to the Premier League.
They posted: "We don't talk about individual players but as we have said many times before, no first team players are leaving. We are trying to strengthen not weaken the squad."
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