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Wilbraham Lands Two-Year Lions Deal?

Unsurprisingly really, given his lack of playing time and his age, Aaron Wilbraham is set to leave Palace this summer.

The veteran striker, limited to just six appearances for Palace last season, is apparently set to be released by Tony Pulis this season but a two-year contract could be awaiting him at London rivals Millwall.

Reports in the South London Press today say that the 34-year-old has been offered a two-year contract for him to link up with former Palace boss Ian Holloway once again at the Den.

Should this offer be presented to the striker you wouldn't expect he'll turn it down, right?

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Writer: Palace Admin Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Tuesday May 20 2014

Time: 7:54PM

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He's not going to be a part of our plans going forward so if he can get a two year contract elsewhere good luck to him.
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