Crystal Palace are in the race to sign Luton Town defender James Justin, according to claims from Football Insider.
The promising full-back impressed for his side in League One this season, subsequently earning himself a place in the division’s Team of the Year.
Luton secured promotion to the Championship after a consistent campaign in the third tier of English football, but it seems they are still at risk of losing key players, with Justin courted by Premier League clubs such as Palace.
The Eagles are understood to have made an approach over a possible deal for the 21-year-old, who can play either as a left-back or as a right-back.
Justin has only one year remaining on his current contract at Luton, prompting speculation that the club could look to cash in on their young star to avoid losing him for free next summer.
Palace appear to be in the hunt, while Aston Villa have reportedly made a £7.5 million bid. Southampton, Leicester City and Fulham are all also noted as potential suitors for the defender.
Other right-backs who Palace should consider signing to deputise Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Bogle has had a good season at Derby County. Should they lose the play-off final against Aston Villa, he would be a clever addition for Palace.
Tavernier has played well for Rangers during his time in Scotland. A return to England as a backup option could be a plausible move this summer.
Toljan struggled on loan at Celtic from Borussia Dortmund but remains a good right-sided defender. He would suit Palace’s typical demands of full-backs given his attacking prowess.
Maehle is among the most promising right-backs in Europe. The young defender has been excellent for Genk and would provide Palace with a strong option.
Clyne’s return to Selhurst Park would come as no surprise. Liverpool are not likely to retain his services this summer.
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