Chelsea are now the front-runners to clinch the signing of former Manchester United winger Wilfried Zaha, with rivals Tottenham priced out of a move. One major club that has not made any signings so far are Tottenham Hotspur, the Premier League side has qualified to play in the Champions League in the following term but has not added any re-enforcements as of yet.
Townsend, who won a penalty which Luka Milivojevic converted against Toulouse, insists he is not leaving Palace despite newspaper speculation linking him with a return to Newcastle.
The Blues are understood to be in the market for a new wide player, with star man Eden Hazard's future at the club clouded by uncertainty.
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There has certainly been more talk of outgoings at Chelsea this summer than incomings but with just a week until the transfer window closes, it looks as though the Blues will make a signing or two.
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Townsend has no intention of moving to Newcastle or anywhere else after declaring he wants to stay at Crystal Palace "for many years".
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Zaha contributed nine goals and three assists from 29 top-flight appearances last season.
The Eagles are not keen to lose their talisman forward this summer and have already offered him a new £125 000 a week deal in a bid to keep him at Selhurst Park, which he has turned down.
Williams and Kaikai will both be hoping to remain at Palace and avoid being sent out on loan before Thursday's 5pm transfer deadline.
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