Crystal Palace target Cenk Tosun may well be on his way to Selhurst Park in January, with Beskitas’ president Fikret Orman stating the club will sell to benefit themselves financially, sportwitness report.

There were reports that Palace went in with an offer this summer for the forward, only for the Turkish side to turn it down, however, rumours are circulating Palace are going to make an improved offer of £22 million in January, with the Eagles hoping it would be enough for the Beskitas president having no choice but to accept.

Tosun, 26, has publicly stated that he would’ve been a Palace player in the summer, if the club made an offer for him earlier in the window and not leaving it so late like they did.

The Turkish international certainly knows where the back of the net is, scoring 27 goals in 51 matches for club and country last year, adding five goals already in 11 club and country matches this campaign.

Palace are in desperate need for firepower up front, still not managing to find the back of the net in any of their first seven Premier League matches.

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