Good news for Crystal Palace as player heard telling Oliver Glasner ‘I am okay now’ as return hint emerges

On Eberechi Eze’s first day at Crystal Palace, she had an interesting conversation with Oliver Glasner.

Club cameras recorded the exchange for a video that was posted on Crystal Palace’s official website.

What exactly did Oliver Glasner and Eberechi Eze of Crystal Palace No. 10 say to one other? Let’s examine this.

What Oliver Glasner was told by Eberechi Eze
The 49-year-old, however, was up to greet the England star as soon as he pulled into the Copers Cope parking lot.

Glasner greets Eze, who then asks how the man from Salzburg is doing. The 25-year-old then returns the greeting.

After the initial greeting, around 1:28 in Crystal Palace’s video, there was an intriguing exchange.

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The attacking midfielder replies, “I am okay now, I’m good,” to Glasner’s inaudible muttering as he stares down at Eze’s leg. The fact that this happened after the two had exchanged a hello clearly suggests that these remarks were fitness-related, at least in our opinion.

The £16 million player missed the Premier League matches against Brighton, Chelsea, and Everton due to a hamstring injury that he sustained during the team’s victory over Sheffield United.

But based on what Eze told Glasner, it looks like the Crystal Palace No. 10 might soon be back in action.

How Oliver Glasner could use Eberechi Eze at Crystal Palace

Our prediction is that Glasner will line up Eze as a left-sided No. 10 behind Jean-Philippe Mateta, and when Michael Olise returns to full fitness, he will line up as a right-sided No. 10.

As we saw against Everton, the Austrian might also position Tyrick Mitchell and Daniel Munoz as wing-backs to build up his Crystal Palace team beyond the attack.

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When healthy, Adam Wharton and Cheick Doucoure will fill in as holding midfielders, filling in for the aforementioned pair.

We hope that Eze will soon make a comeback; if not, we think Matheus Franca should take over.

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