Crystal Palace to open Yannick Bolasie contract talks to ward off interest from Premier League rivals

  • Yannick Bolasie has been in impressive form for Crystal Palace recently
  • The winger has been linked with a move Premier League rivals Liverpool 
  • Palace manager Alan Pardew has put a £40million valuation on Bolasie
  • The club are ready to offer Bolasie improved terms to ward off interest 

Crystal Palace are ready to open talks with Yannick Bolasie over a new contract as interest from top clubs in the Barclays Premier League intensifies.

Bolasie signed a new three year deal last summer, but has been the subject of various enquiries and they want to reward his progress with improved terms. 

Palace manager Alan Pardew has valued Bolasie at £40m following his run of good form and the club are desperate to keep one of the most exciting players in top flight.

Yannick Bolasie has been in impressive form for Crystal palace since Alan Pardew took over

Yannick Bolasie has been in impressive form for Crystal palace since Alan Pardew took over

Palace are ready to offer Bolasie improved terms to ward off interest from other clubs

Palace are ready to offer Bolasie improved terms to ward off interest from other clubs

Manager Pardew has put a £40million price tag on Bolasie's head

Manager Pardew has put a £40million price tag on Bolasie's head

Palace and West Bromwich Albion have shown an interest in Montpellier defender Daniel Congre.

Congre, 30, can play at right-back, centre-back and left-back. He could be available for a cut-price deal of just £1.4m. 

The defender is currently considering a contract extension from the Ligue Un side.