David Moyes will make a decision on his Sunderland future at the end of the season as doubts remain whether he will still be their manager for the start of their Championship campaign after holding talks over his future with club owner, Ellis Short, he has confirmed.
"If we are safe and Jermain Defoe is available, and he wants to come to Crystal Palace, I would be interested, Allardyce said".
David Moyes' team was relegated from the English Premier League last week following a loss to Middlesbrough and Hull's 0-0 draw with Southampton.
The 54-year-old said he knows what the Black Cats need to do, in order to get back to the Premier League.
'I came to a part of the country where, I was led to believe, that was the way people wanted speaking to. Ellis and the board want me to stay.
"But until that time when we are safe, I can't pursue that".
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Moyes confirmed he would honour his four-year contract with Sunderland, and also provided a brief update on two of Sunderland's key players, Jordan Pickford and Jermaine Defoe, who could both leave the Stadium of Light during the summer transfer window. If Jermain's one of them, we'll be pushing on that one if we can.
Sunderland have been actively looking for new investment and the club's latest accounts revealed they have debts of more than £110m.
England global Defoe is in demand after Sunderland's relegation, with a clause existing in his contract that will reportedly allow him to leave for free now that his side are dropping to the second tier. "We will meet again in a few weeks", Moyes said at his weekly press conference.
"You want managers to tell the truth and I do". What that is isn't yet clear, but anything less than £20 million will be met with derision by Sunderland fans.
Of Sunderland's talented young goalkeeper, he added: "Jordan Pickford is under contract".