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Report: Crystal Palace and Leeds’ Unfolding Deadline Day Drama

Crystal Palace Ponder Eleventh-Hour Bid for Leeds’ Luis Sinisterra

Scramble for Sinisterra’s Signature

With the transfer window’s clock ticking perilously close to midnight, Crystal Palace are seriously considering a move for Leeds United’s Colombian winger, Luis Sinisterra. This late-stage gambit could be a decisive attempt to elevate their attacking prowess. Everton too have put the 24-year-old on their radar, complicating Palace’s pursuit.

Sinisterra’s future at Leeds is nothing short of murky. Adding a unique twist to this transfer saga, Sinisterra initially sat out two Leeds games, believing his contract had a relegation clause. However, it was later discovered that the clause had expired. This episode casts further doubt over his tenure at Elland Road and makes a switch to Selhurst Park or Goodison Park more plausible.

Earlier in the window, Crystal Palace flirted with the idea of acquiring Demarai Gray to fortify their attacking line-up. While that deal didn’t materialize, Sinisterra could be the missing jigsaw piece for the Eagles, especially as they strive for a more potent attack. Sinisterra demonstrated his attacking flair last weekend, finding the net in Leeds’ 4-3 Championship triumph over Ipswich Town.

Everton’s Plan B and Other Market Moves

Everton, too, is casting its net far and wide. Alongside Sinisterra, the Merseyside club has shown interest in Southampton’s Kamaldeen Sulemana. Though, it’s worth noting that relations between Southampton and Everton are a bit strained, particularly after a debacle involving Southampton’s Che Adams.

On that note, Everton has seemingly moved past Adams after failing to agree on the payment structure for a £15 million fee. Instead, they’ve successfully acquired Beto, who made an immediate impact with a goal in their 2-1 EFL Cup win over Doncaster Rovers.

The Unfolding Drama

As reported by Football Transfers, it’s not just Luis Sinisterra causing ripples in this transfer window. Interest in Danny Ings persists, though he seems set on remaining with West Ham, given that the Saudi Pro League’s allure beckons Michail Antonio. Meanwhile, Everton’s potential cash windfall from the sale of Gray remains in limbo due to internal changes within the board of Saudi club Al Shabab.

In the high-stakes poker game that is the Premier League transfer market, Crystal Palace could be playing their final hand with a bid for Luis Sinisterra. It’s a multi-faceted battle for the winger, one that could determine not just his fate but the attacking dynamics of multiple clubs come the rest of the season.

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