We take a look at three players Crystal Palace should consider selling this summer.
With expectation levels rising around Selhurst Park, we take a look at three Crystal Palace players that Alan Pardew should allow to leave in the summer transfer window.
Campbell started the season as the club's main man up front, but he does not appear to have the quality required to lead the line for a club of Palace's ambition.
A tireless worker he may be, but Campbell's lack of goals cannot be ignored and he will need to be upgraded at the next available opportunity.
Campbell has only scored five times this season and, considering Palace already have Glenn Murray and Dwight Gayle in their squad, he appears to have been left behind by the Eagles' other options.
Although Williams remains highly regarded by Palace fans, it may be best for club and player if they part ways this summer.
Palace have waited a long time for Williams to fulfil his potential, but constant injury problems have thwarted his progress.
The 21-year-old has struggled to stay off the treatment table and has struggled when used in the Premier League, meaning his chances of playing regularly are unlikely to increase when Pardew brings in more quality this summer.
Williams is at an age now where he needs to get competitive action and that means his development may be best served by moving away from the London club.
Guedioura has shown his class during a loan spell at Watford this season, but he should be let go by Palace this summer.
The Algerian has not quite cut it at the top-level and, although he is a talent, Palace simply have too many better options in central midfield to give him the opportunities he craves.
The Eagles could raise good money from selling Guedioura and they should consider it, as they look to invest in other areas of their team.