Former Stoke City manager to take charge of Eagles.
Former Stoke City boss Tony Pulis will be officially appointed Crystal Palace manager on Monday according to the Guardian.
The 55 year old left the Britannia Stadium in May after seven years at the Potters and will replace Keith Millen to take charge of an Eagles side who sit at the bottom of the Premier League.
The South London side sacked Ian Holloway after a poor start to the return to the top flight and have managed just one win in 11 matches and are now six points from safety.
Millen will continue to take charge of Crystal Palace for this weekend’s fixture against Hull City.