Dikgacoi to leave Palace

2014-06-11 12:29
Kagisho Dikgacoi (Getty Images)

Cape Town - South African midfielder Kagisho Dikgacoi is set to turn down a new contract at Crystal Palace and leave the club.

The dynamic former Golden Arrows midfielder played a starring role in Tony Pulis' side, as Crystal Palace avoided relegation from the Premier League.

Sky Sports are now reporting that the 29-year-old will turn down the offer and leave Selhurst Park on a free transfer.  

Crystal Palace are believed to have offered Dikcagoi a deal to keep the midfielder but the parties could not agree terms.

Dikcagoi is said to have attracted interest across Europe including both France and Germany. While a number of clubs in Englands top-flight have expressed interest in the player.  

Dikgacoi's agent confirmed to Sky Sports that his client is currently considering a number of options. 

Dikgacoi made 27 appearances for Crystal Palace this season.


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