Crystal Palace Back In Race For Ozan Tufan But Face Competition From Fulham, January Transfer Decision Set To Be Made Following Meeting

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LENS, FRANCE - JUNE 21: Ozan Tufan of Turkey (C) celebrates scoring his team's second goal during the UEFA EURO 2016 Group D match between Czech Republic and Turkey at Stade Bollaert-Delelis on June 21, 2016 in Lens, France. (Photo by Matthias Hangst/Getty Images)

Crystal Palace are back in the race for Fenerbahce midfielder Ozan Tufan but face competition from Fulham according to the Aksam newspaper.

Per the source, both Premier League sides are interested in midfielder who could be available for a bargain price.

Tufan has not played this season due to a long-standing feud with the club management.

Despite not playing this term the 23-year-old midfielder remains highly rated and has 39 international caps for Turkey.

The report claims that the Yellow Canaries board will hold a meeting over his future and make a decision over a potential January move.

Tufan has another two-years remaining on his contract but Fenerbahce could be willing to accept a cut-price deal to take him off their books.

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Fenerbahce are currently being monitored by UEFA for Financial Fair Play and are open to selling the Turkey international for the right price.

The Turkey international made the move to Fenerbahce for £6 million back in 2015. Tufan registered two assists and netted three goals in 14 games for the Istanbul giants last term.

The box-to-box midfielder was highly sought after following his breakthrough season at Bursaspor but struggled at Fenerbahce due to off the field reasons including a spat with former manager Aykut Kocaman.