Crystal Palace and goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey have been locked in talks regarding a new contract for the Welshman, but have as of yet failed to reach an agreement after an impasse in negotiations. Hennessey has three months remaining on his current deal with the Eagles.
Hennessey has been at Selhurst Park for four years and is still wanted by the club and expected to sign a new contract, but the player himself has admitted that he is not sure where his future lies.
Hennessey said: “I’m hoping my future is at Crystal Palace, but we’ll see. When the season is finished we’ll sit down and discuss and hopefully I’ll remain a Palace player. I like playing football here and I get on so well with the staff and the players, so I want to stay.”
Cardiff City and West Ham are amongst the teams all reported to be interested in the Welsh international keeper should the player decide to quit Palace in June.