Crystal Palace Receive Offer For Striker, Talks Underway Over Summer Transfer

Galatasaray are keen on signing Crystal Palace forward Alexander Sorloth over the summer according to Sporx.

Per the source, the Lions want the 1.94m tall striker on loan next season with a future buyout clause.

Talks between Galatasaray and Palace are reportedly underway.

The Eagles are open to loaning Sorloth out for a season to gain experience, Galatasaray are the reigning league champions and will compete in the Champions League next season.

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Sorloth made just four appearances last season, playing a total of 360 minutes of first-team football and failed to score a single goal.

The Norway international striker is keen on locking down regular first-team football last season after struggling to settle in last season.

The Super Lig champions want a back up to Bafetimbi Gomis.

Palace signed the 22-year-old on a €7.8m move in January and he is under contract for another four-years.

Galatasaray are facing pressure from Financial Fair Play and have switched transfer policy to signing players on temporary moves as a result.

The Istanbul based outfit scored 75 goals in the league last term, only Fenerbahce netted more (78).