Agent offered 25-goal Crystal Palace striker Alexander Sorloth to Italian giants, Eagles could stand to make just £5m due to Trabzonspor deal

Getafe's Spanish defender Raul Garcia (L) vies with Trabzonspor's Norwegian forward Alexander Sorloth during the UEFA Europa League group C match Getafe against Trabzonspor at the Coliseum Alfonso Perez stadium in Getafe on September 2016. (Photo by JAVIER SORIANO / AFP) (Photo credit should read JAVIER SORIANO/AFP via Getty Images)

Crystal Palace striker Alexander Sorloth has been offered to Serie A side Napoli according to Tottosport and Mediaset journalist Raffaele Auriemma.

Auriemma spoke on Italian radio stadium Radio Marte.

The journalist revealed that Sorloth’s agents Mike Kjolo and Morten Wivestad offered their client to Napoli.

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“Napoli is probing the ground for Alexander Sorloth,” he said as reported on Calcionapoli24.

“The Norwegian football was proposed to De Giuntoli Sander Berge’s agents, who are Mike Kjolo and Morten Wivestad.”

Sorloth is currently on loan at Trabzonspor on a two-year deal.

Despite being a Palace player the Claret-Blues have a £5m buy option.

Palace could end up making just £5m should Sorloth end up being sold to a European giant this summer.

Trabzonspor can activate their buy clause and sell the Norway international on for a profit.

The 24-year-old has been in impressive form this season scoring 25 goals and providing seven assists in all competitions this season.

The Super Lig is still running despite most European leagues being suspended.

Games in Turkey are being played without fans but there are currently no plans to put the league on hold.

The Turkish Football Federation have released the next round of fixtures on their official website.

Sorloth started in the 1-1 draw against Basaksehir in the league on Sunday.

The Black Sea based side are currently first in the league, ahead of Basaksehir on goal difference.