Crystal Palace Eye Shock Move For Wales Boss Chris Coleman After Being Scared Off By Tony Pulis Wage Demands

Eagles are currently rock bottom of the Premier League having won one game all campaign. 

Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace have now switched their focus to former player and current Wales national team boss Chris Coleman in their search to find a managerial successor to the recently departed Ian Holloway at Selhurst Park this season, according to reports in the Daily Mirror.

The south-east London club had originally been wanting to appoint former Stoke City boss Tony Pulis as their next head coach, however, it is understood that Eagles co-chairman Steve Parish has since gone cold on the idea due to the Welshman’s exorbitant £1.5 million-per-year salary demands.

And now Palace are said to be lining up a move for their one-time centre back and ex-Fulham, Real Sociedad and Coventry City trainer Coleman instead.