Crystal Palace are near signing Lyon defender Joachim Andersen in a deal price greater than £20million.
The Eagles are available in the market for a centre-half after Rangers goal Gary Cahill reportedly rejected a brand new contract supply.
talkSPORT understands Andersen is excessive on new boss Patrick Vieira’s want record after his spectacular mortgage spell with Fulham final season.
Regardless of the Cottagers’ top-flight relegation, Andersen was a standout performer making 31 appearances in west London.
But when a deal for Andersen falls by, Palace may flip to Schalke’s Ozan Kabak, who’s being chased by Leicester.
In the meantime, The Solar declare Palace are battling Newcastle and Leeds to signal Chelsea midfielder Conor Gallagher on mortgage.
The 21-year-old was a daily starter for West Brom of their relegation from the Premier League final time period.
Gallagher is but to make a senior look for Chelsea and has had mortgage stints with Charlton, Swansea and most just lately the Baggies.
It has been a strong switch window for Crystal Palace thus far with the arrivals of younger stars Marc Guehi and Michael Olise from Chelsea and Studying, respectively.
The potential signings of Andersen and Gallagher would add additional optimism round Selhurst Park for the season forward.
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Final week, Lille defender Jose Fonte admitted Vieira, who has beforehand bossed New York Metropolis and Good, has what it takes to succeed as a supervisor within the Premier League.
He instructed White and Jordan: “At Good he did a superb job within the first few seasons, after all everyone knows how unbelievable he was as a participant, however as a supervisor he was perceived as somebody with high quality.
“I’m wanting ahead to seeing what he can carry to Crystal Palace.
“I’m wanting ahead to what he can carry to the Premier League and to that group and it will likely be fascinating to see what he can do, I feel he undoubtedly has what it takes to succeed.”