Crystal Palace are reportedly willing to sell four players this summer.
According to the Daily Mirror, Crystal Palace are looking to balance the books after a summer of spending, with four players reportedly on the chopping block.
The Eagles have splashed the cash this summer, bringing in goalkeeper Alex McCarthy, midfielder Yohan Cabaye, winger Bakary Sako as well as strikers Connor Wickham and Patrick Bamford.
Alan Pardew's squad is now strong and has plenty of depth, but some players may want to leave Selhurst Park in search of first-team football.
The Mirror report that Palace are looking to balance the books, and four players could leave in a bid to bring in some money following their summer of spending.
Bannan has struggled for first-team football ever since joining from Aston Villa in 2013, whilst Ledley could be pushed out of the side by new signing Cabaye.
The biggest surprise comes in the form of captain Mile Jedinak, who has been a mainstay of the team and ultimately a fan favourite during his time at Selhurst Park, but having been left on the bench against Norwich last weekend, the Australian's future may be in doubt.
Striker Gayle has also been pushed down the pecking order by the signings of Bamford and Wickham, with his pace no doubt appealing to a lower Premier League or higher Championship club.
Should Palace be able to sell all four, they should manage to recoup a large chunk of their summer outlay, which would help Palace in terms of meeting Financial Fair Play regulations.