Crystal Palace Slap £120m price tag on Eze and olise


Crystal Palace have reportedly slapped a £120 million price tag on Eberechi Eze and Michael Olise amid links with Tottenham and Manchester City.

According to BBC Sport, the Eagles will demand £60m ($75m) for each player - with the duo both out of contract at Selhurst Park in the summer of 2027. The report adds neither contract contains a straightforward release clause and both players are happy at the south London outfit.

Attacking midfielder Eze, 25, and winger Olise, 22, are two of the big success stories out of Palace in recent years. The former has scored eight goals and bagged three assists in 24 Premier League games this season and the latter, who has had an injury-hit campaign due to a hamstring issue, has found the net seven times and turned provider on four occasions in just 15 matches. These price tags will test the resolve of the likes of Spurs, City and more this summer.

Eze swapped Championship side Queens Park Rangers for Palace in 2020 for a fee in the region of £17m ($21m) whereas Olise joined from Reading a year later after the Eagles activated his £8m ($10m) release clause.

The talented attacking duo are next in action for Oliver Glasner's Palace, who are up to 14th in the Premier League after three wins in a row, on Saturday afternoon as they face London neighbours Fulham at Craven Cottage.