Transfer news: Palace have positive talks with Favre, published at09:07 22 June
Crystal Palace have held positive talks with ex-Borussia Dortmund boss Lucien Favre over potentially replacing Roy Hodgson - but could face competition from Everton over his signature. (Guardian)
Transfer news: Palace hope to hold talks with Favre, published at10:16 17 June
Crystal Palace are hoping to hold talks with former Borussia Dortmund boss Lucien Favre as they continue their search for a new manager. (Sun)
Chelsea host Palace in opener, published at09:03 16 June
Chelsea will host Crystal Palace on the opening weekend of the 2021-22 Premier League season.
The match is to take place on the weekend of 14-15 August.
Chelsea, who lifted the Champions League in May, beat Palace 4-0 in the corresponding fixture last season.
Transfer news: Ramsey set for Premier League return?, published at12:29 15 June
Juventus and Wales midfielder Aaron Ramsey looks set for a Premier League return. The 30-year-old has been linked with Crystal Palace, West Ham United and Everton, as well as former club Arsenal. (Calciomercato - in Italian)
Transfer news: Zaha plans exit, published at09:29 4 June
Forward Wilfried Zaha, 28, has told Crystal Palace he wants to leave, ideally before pre-season training starts. (Times - subscription required)
Nuno in the frame at Palace, published at08:00 3 June
Simon Stone, BBC Sport
Former Wolves boss Nuno Espirito Santo is understood to have been talking to Crystal Palace before the Everton vacancy arose.
Everton might seem the obvious pick when taken at face value, but issues like money and freedom to appoint your own backroom team can be powerful arguments. Eddie Howe's U-turn at Celtic was apparently caused by backroom issues and Nuno's entourage is quite large.
Nuno and Howe are sure to figure among the Palace candidates. Burnley's Sean Dyche spoke to Palace previously and the compensation figure to get him has been reduced.
Highly rated Steve Cooper only has a year left on his contract at Swansea and just missed out on promotion to the Premier League.
And then there is Chris Wilder, who left Sheffield United in March but who has enough credit in the bank to get another job without too much difficulty, despite last season's problems.