Crystal Palace forward Alexander Sorloth netted his fourth goal for Turkish side Trabzonspor at the weekend.
The Norweigan, who had a torrid spell at Crystal Palace, scored yet again for his loan side, which he joined during the summer window.
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Sorloth has continued his great goal scoring form, after netting in his first free matches for his new side.
He joined Trabzonspor on a two year loan deal, meaning he will remain with the club until the end of the 2020/21 season.
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The Eagles may have made a mistake in signing Sorloth, but they could have had a masterstroke in sending him to Turkey.
He’s seemingly rediscovered his goalscoring ability, and could be a vital asset for Palace going forward.
I’m not sure if there is a recall option in the deal, but if he keeps netting, Palace may have to consider bringing him back.