Injured Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke is ahead of schedule in his recovery but poses a selection dilemma to Roy Hodgson.
The Crystal Palace talisman has been ruled out for a minimum six weeks.
Crystal Palace’s hopes of recovering from their abysmal start to the Premier League season have been dealt a blow with news that their record signing, Christian Benteke, is expected to miss around six weeks with the knee injury he sustained in the loss at Manchester City on Saturday.
Christian Benteke is injured for the game at Manchester United, which makes Crystal Palace allowing Fraizer Campbell to join Hull seem like a mistake.
Crystal Palace are not the only club in crisis at the moment, just ask Everton boss Ronald Koeman.
The three Crystal Palace players who could be most important to keeping Roy Hodgson's side in the Premier League.
Everton were tipped to move for Crystal Palace striker Christian Benteke after Romelu Lukaku completed his move to Manchester United.
The crystal Palace hitman would be a superb signing for Newcastle United.
Everton are on the look out for a new striker this summer, with Ronald Koeman keen to strengthen his attacking options.
Christian Benteke is Crystal Palace's established main man and so trying to find space for Luuk de Jong alongside the forward in a 3-4-3 seems unwise.