Aaron Van-Bissaka will hardly stay at Cristal Palace if he offers floods this summer, claims former Eagle Marc Edvorthi.
Van-Bissaka played only seven times in the Premier League this season, but he was in the starting line-up on the opening day of last summer and quickly became one of the first names in the team.
This 21-year-old was selected as the player of the year of the Cristal Palace this season, and is now allegedly cheated by Manchester City and Manchester United.
And former Edvardi Palace acknowledged that it is difficult to see Van Bissack stay if it is a caliber of a club that is interested in his services.
"I'm a player and what a competitor. I think if you do it regularly, it's very difficult, because if you look at the Premier League, it's divided into three leagues," Edwardthi told James Grai Shov (working days at 13:30 -3.30 pm).
"You have four Champions League or six of the best. You have a middle ground and other teams that, with the amount of money involved, just want to maintain their status in the Premier League, because this is how you get it financially each year just to keep your place.
"So, if he wants to win trophies, disrespect for the Palace, a wonderful club with wonderful fans." [but] if she wants to improve her career then you are rejecting big boys. It is very hard.
"It's wonderful to see young players who appear in the Premier League and hopefully make the right decision to hope that they will stay in the Palace, but if big guys come, it's very hard to refuse them."
The palace could also lose Vilfried Zaha this summer after discovering he wants to play football in the Champions League and does not believe it is a place for Selhurst Park.
The club can not afford to lose its two best players during the summer, but the leeches circle and the legendary former right-hand man Manchester United Garry Neville is one of those who love Van Bissack.
"He's a huge talent and club, to be fair, they have always signed young, new British talents," said Neville.
"I do not think that should change, and it seems to me that the club would like to return to that route and that he is one.
"They are wise according to that and have the resources of the Premier League of $ 100 million, so they do not need panic, they do not need another £ 5 million or £ 10 million – they want 50 million pounds or 60 million pounds.
"Leicester will be the same for [Ben] Chilvell and Maguire or [James] Maddison. All these mid-range clubs will not allow players to go for £ 5 million, £ 6 million, £ 8 million, £ 10 million now.