Ghana Midfielder Schlupp Cooks for Crystal Palace Coach Patrick Vieira
- Jeffrey Schlupp and his teammates Wilfred Zaha and Eberechi Eze cooked for manager Patrick Vieira
- The former France international enjoyed Schlupp's dish as he tasted the food by all three players
- The English Premier League has been on a break and will return on December 26
Jeffrey Schlupp took off his playing boots as he entered the kitchen to cook for Crystal Palace manager Patrick Viera.
The Ghana international, who missed the World Cup after he was dropped from the final squad, rejoined his teammates for early mid-season preparations ahead of the return of the English Premier League.
While in camp, the midfielder alongside forwards Eberechi Eze and Wilfred Zaha cooked for the former France player.
In a video shared on social media, Vieira is seen tasting the dishes by all three players and seems to have enjoyed Schlupp's the most.
Exciting feature: Check out news exactly for YOU ➡️ find "Recommended for you" block and enjoy!
Crystal Palace are in camp preparing ahead of the resumption of the English topflight league.
The English Premier League has been on break since the start of the World Cup and will return on December 26, a week after the final of the global showpiece.
Meanwhile, Schlupp's compatriot Jordan Ayew is expected to return to camp this week after a tough tournament for the striker.
Schlupp's agent blasts GFA
Earlier, Sports Brief reported that agent of Crystal Palace midfielder Jeffrey Schlupp, Calvin Riches is on a ranting spree after learning his client has been dropped from the Ghana squad ahead of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Reports in Ghana indicate Schlupp has been left out of the team despite being named in the 55-man provisional squad.
His agent took to social media to describe the Ghana Football Association as corrupt, before going on to rain curses on Ghanaians.
Bolasie shocked by Schlupp's omission
Former English Premier League star Yannick Bolasie is surprised Ghana left out Jeffrey Schlupp from their squad for the World Cup in Qatar.
Schlupp was not included in the final 26-man squad for the tournament, despite his rich run of form at Crystal Palace.
Following the announcement of the team on Monday, Bolasie took to social media to express his disappointment.