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Palace are not looking to sell Williams or any of our other rising stars and he just signed a new contract to secure his future as a Palace player.

Our days of having to sell players that our academy has developed just because Premiership clubs want them are behind us and with the club now being in a position of financial stability under our new ownership we are in a position to offer our players the prospect of an exciting future as sooner rather than later Palace will once again be a Premiership club.

At Palace we offer our young stars regular first-team football and many have been at the club for years as they have been developed through our excellent Academy and in return these players are very pleased to commit their immediate future to Palace by showing their loyalty and signing the long-term contracts as soon as they are offered them.

It will take an extraordinary offer for our astute owners to even consider selling them as being Palace supporters themselves they know the true value of these exciting players to the club and to the future that they are building.

Poor little Palace, not any more.

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