Warnock hoping to keep young stars
Moses, 18, broke into the first-team at the age of just 16 and has since attracted the interest of several Premier League clubs while 18-year-old Clyne made his debut for the Eagles last October. Warnock told the News Shopper: "I am just rubbing my hands together that we haven't got a concrete offer on the table and they are both available to play, so if we don't talk about them too much, we might be able to keep them for a while. "I would be very surprised if in the next two years they don't both go to a top four club in the Premier League, both of them." Meanwhile, Crystal Palace have so far declined to comment on reports suggesting that the Football League has imposed a transfer embargo on them following a dispute over unpaid bonuses and signing-on fees from last season.
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