How could Crystal Palace line up next season?

Alan Pardew has already made two fantastic signings to his Crystal Palace team with the additions of Yohan Cabaye in a £10 million deal from PSG and bringing in Chelsea forward Patrick Bamford on a season long loan after a successful spell on loan at Middlesbrough last season and now gets his shot in the Premier League but how could Crystal Palace line up next season?

In goal you have Julian Speroni who has continued to show he is the number one at Palace and will continue to do so over the coming years and have a good back up in Wayne Hennessey but there are a few rumours the Welshman could be on his way.

In defence I think they could do with another player as back up. Joel Ward, Scott Dan and Martin Kelly had an incredible season last year with good options on the bench but could maybe do with another defender who can play in a couple of positions.

In midfield Alan Pardew is not short on options at all! Guediora, Cabaye, Jedinak, McArthur, Mutch, Bannan, Ledley and Puncheon can all play in central positions and to have this many talented players must be a dream for Alan Pardew but could also be a nightmare as everyone will want to be playing regularly. On the wing they have the impressive Yannick Bolasie and Wilfried Zaha who were exceptional last season and also have Lee Chung-yong and Jason Puncheon who can play there as well as loan signing Patrick Bamford.

Again in attack they have options with Glenn Murray being the stand out player and Chamakh, Gayle and Campbell as back up and have now added Patrick Bamford to the side on loan who would be a good option up top. I do think they could do with another goal scorer like Murray, maybe someone like Rickie Lambert whose future at Liverpool seems to be over with another striker joining the club.

The big question is, how could Crystal Palace line up next season?



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