Reports have it that Frank de Boer has just one more game to save his job as Crystal Palace manager.

The Dutchman only took charge at Selhurst Park in the summer, signing a three-year contract to succeed, Sam Allardyce.

The three years looks like a pipe dream now after Palace lost all three of their opening Premier League games and still yet to score a single goal this season.

It has been a nightmare for the former Oranje international star.

De Boer held talks with Steve Parish over the international break with the Eagles chairman making it clear things must change.

And, according to the Daily Telegraph, if there is no immediate improvement against Burnley on Sunday then De Boer will be axed.

Former Palace boss Dougie Freedman, who recently returned to the club as sporting director, may replace him on a temporary basis.

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