Crystal Palace must cut loose loan signing to land QPR winger Ephraim

Crystal Palace must cut loose one of their loanees to land QPR winger Hogan Ephraim.

Crystal Palace must cut loose one of their loanees to land QPR winger Hogan Ephraim.

The South London Press says striker Calvin Andrew - who scored twice in a private training ground game against Millwall on Tuesday - is the Eagle most likely to head out of Selhurst Park on a temporary basis.

That would free up room in the budget for 23-year-old Ephraim - a target when a West Ham player for then-Eagles boss Peter Taylor in 2007 - to make a loan move across the capital.

"I'm always interested in good players and Hogan is a good player," said Dougie Freedman.

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