Next season's Premier League campaign promises to be competitive. This is due to the fact of the many changes that are likely to be experienced in many clubs especially in management. Many clubs have changed managers for the new season which means new ideas and new rivalries will be created in the process.
One of those team that will have a new manager is London based club Crystal Palace. Recent reports suggest that after months of speculations and negotiations, they are set to appoint a new manager in the coming days after reaching an agreement with an Arsenal Legend.
Fabrizio Romano has recently confirmed that former Arsenal player and captain Patrick Vierra is set to be appointed as the new Palace manager after talks with leading candidate Lucien Favre broke down.
Vierra has been working with Nice in France after working with Manchester City academy. He is remembered for his midfield prowess while playing for Arsenal helping them win the League unbeaten.
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