Crystal Palace transfer news
In this article we will bring you all of today’s Crystal Palace transfer news. Make sure to check back tomorrow for more updates.
Crystal Palace join race for Chelsea midfielder
First up, Crystal Palace have found themselves linked with another Chelsea midfielder.
Reports earlier this month credited Palace with an interest in Conor Gallagher, who has recently returned to Stamford Bridge after an impressive loan spell with West Brom.
Now, reports stemming from France suggest that Crystal Palace are now interested in Trevoh Chalobah.
Chalobah is just one of many young, promising talents currently on Chelsea’s books. The 22-year-old is a defensive midfielder by trade, but he can also play as a centre-back.
And, according to Football365, citing L’Equipe, Palace have joined the race for the midfielder. The details of any potential deal are limited in the report. But as Chalobah is already 22 and yet to make a senior appearance for Chelsea, you would assume they would be open to a permanent sale.
Boga of interest
Elsewhere, Crystal Palace have been named as one of the clubs interested in Jeremie Boga.
Boga was previously on Chelsea’s books before making a £9m switch to Sassuolo in 2018.
The winger has since notched 90 appearances for the Serie A outfit, scoring 18 and assisting seven in the process.
Now, the Daily Mail are reporting that Atalanta have joined Everton, Leeds and Palace in the race for Boga.
Atalanta are believed to have made a £15.5m bid for Boga, whilst the aforementioned English sides are said to be interested but are yet to firm that up.
Palace enquire about Kabak
Finally, Crystal Palace have been linked with Ozan Kabak.
The centre-back spent the second half of 2020/21 on loan at Liverpool. But the Reds did not take up their option to buy and the defender has since returned to Schalke.
Reports earlier this week suggested that Leicester City was to be the ‘final destination’ for Kabak.
But now the Daily Mail report Palace have enquired about Kabak, who could be available for as little as £8.5m plus add-ons.