Crystal Palace have entered the race to sign Fulham goal scorer Aleksandar Mitrovic who is set to leave the Cottagers following their relegation from the top flight.
The Serbian forward was one of Fulham’s star players in a truly disappointing season for his side and it comes to no surprise that the striker will seek a move away.
The 24-year-old found the back of the net 11 times and also provided three assists as he did all he could to try and keep his team in the Premier League.
Mitrovic has also made 47 appearances for his national side, scoring 23 goals since making his international debut back in 2013.
According to the Evening Standard, West Ham and Crystal Palace are both in the race to sign Mitrovic as they each seek to improve their attacking options over the summer.
With Wilfried Zaha heavily linked with a move away from the club and Michy Batshuayi going back to Chelsea at the end of this month, Palace will need to start identifying replacements early.
Strikers Palace could sign this summer
Michy Batshuayi (permanently)
Bringing the Belgian back to the club on a permanent basis could be a great move, he was really starting to find his feet in the Premier League.
Salomon Rondon could be available this summer after spending the season on loan at Newcastle, although a permanent move to St James’ Park looks more likely.
If Palace are ambitious, Sebastien Haller could be the man for them after an impressive season with Frankfurt.
Raul de Tomas
Raul de Tomas has enjoyed a fantastic season on loan at Rayo Vallecano from Real Madrid. He’s unlikely to feature in his parent club’s plans and may be tempted to seek a permanent move.
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