By Ciaran Baynes
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
Two of the club`s biggest creditors, Juventus and Strasbourg have yet to accept an offer from businessman Jerry Lim`s consortium that would see them receiving less than the full money they are owed and Palace, who are losing £30,000 a week, may need to sell if an agreement isn`t reached soon.
"We have just one home game in February and need to find a way to pay the players` wages," Coppell said. "It would be a catastrophe to sell any more players but there may not be another solution."
Top-scorer Matthias Svensson and highly-rated midfielder Hayden Mullins are two players Coppell could make money on but the Eagles boss would be loathed to lose crucial members of his side that could lead to Palace slipping from their current position of mid-table respectability.