Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson has insisted that the Eagles have ‘no interest’ in selling the duo of Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka.
Zaha has continued to play a key role for the Selhurst Park outfit in recent years, including helping them to avoid relegation last season.
This term, he has scored eight goals and contributed three assists while winning a number of penalties for his side.
For Wan-Bissaka, he has become one of the most highly-rated young defenders in Europe with his outstanding displays for Palace this season, having helped his side keep ten clean sheets in 28 league appearances.
“The good thing for me is one has a five-year contract [Zaha] and one has a four-year contract [Wan-Bissaka]," Hodgson said, per Independent.
“The club is certainly in no way advertising them or promoting them as saleable objects. We would be more than happy to keep them.
“The fact they have long contracts; that doesn’t mean to say their feet are nailed down.
“But we have no interest in selling
“And if not, we will have to hope that the offers for them are sufficiently good that the club feels they will be worth taking.”
They take on Tottenham Hotspur in their next league game on Wednesday evening.