Crystal Palace are satisfied with their summer transfer business with the likelihood of further additions before Monday’s transfer deadline unlikely.

Roy Hodgson has moved to add young stars Ebere Eze and Nathan Ferguson from QPR and West Brom respectively, as well as striker Michy Batshuayi also arriving from Chelsea on loan this transfer window.

Palace made a bright start to the Premier League season, winning their opening two fixtures, and are currently content with their signings so far.

As such, the Evening Standard report that the Eagles ‘are in no rush to land deadline-day signings.’

The club have exclusively done business with domestic clubs this window so far and will therefore likely be eyeing October 16th as their final day for business with Premier League sides able to do deals with other English clubs until that date.

Brentford’s star winger Said Benrahma has been rumoured to be of interest to Roy Hodson, but it is understood there have been no concrete bids for the Bees man from Palace.

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