Date: 20th June 2014 at 10:42pm
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It’s well documented, despite the ease that Palace eventually stayed in the topflight, that they ‘lacked goals’ last season.

This is something that Tony Pulis is keen to address this summer.

Not for the first time Palace are being linked with a move to bring Wilfried Zaha back to Selhurst Park as the former Eagles winger looks to get his career back on track after a disappointing move to Manchester United, and equally disappointing loan spell with Cardiff City in the second half of last season.

Co-owner Steve Parish has told the Croydon Advertiser that if Man United are willing to let him leave and if Pulis wants Zaha back at Selhurst Park then he is happy to try and make this happen.

Another that reports today say could come in this summer is Joel Campbell.

The Costa Rican striker has enjoyed, so far, a very impressive time at the world cup and this comes off the back of a loan spell with Olympiakos last season with him due to return to parent club Arsenal this summer, after the world cup.

It’s been said that Arsenal could ‘give him a chance’ but if the reports are accurate a season-long loan might be an ideal time to see what the 21-year-old can do in the premier league.

In my opinion Palace could do far worse than Campbell, who looks a decent prospect.

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