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Crystal Palace eye move for Norway winger Antonio Nusa

Crystal Palace are showing keen interest in landing Club Brugge winger Antonio Nusa at Selhurst Park, according to Fabrizio Romano.

The Eagles are set to lose Michael Olise who has decided to join Bayern Munich. The German giants will pay a premium fee of £50 million to sign the exciting winger who has already agreed personal terms with them.

Palace are looking for new additions to replace him, and they now have money burning a hole in their pockets.

The transfer guru reported on X (24 June) that Nusa is one of the players the Eagles are looking to bring to Selhurst Park.

The 19-year-old winger is a highly-rated young talent who has made 95 senior appearances for the Belgian side. Last season he scored four goals in 46 games, and his performances have been widely noticed.

Crystal Palace need to pay a lot of money to sign Antonio Nusa

Sky Sports reported in January that Brentford had agreed a £25m (€30m) deal in principle to sign the 7-cap Norway international but the deal collapsed in the end because of potential issues in his medical.

Palace will need to pay a similar amount if they want to land Nusa. However, he is just one of the targets for Oliver Glasner, who is expected to check other options as well before making the final decision.

The Eagles have already signed Moroccan centre-back Chadi Riad, and they are on course to land Daichi Kamada, who has already signed a two-year deal at Selhurst Park.

It will be interesting to see if Palace manage to keep hold on to their other star players like Marc Guehi or Eberechi Eze, both have been linked with moves away from the club.

Nusa is a highly-talented player whose best years are ahead of him. Palace can provide him the right platform to develop, and they must try to sign him.

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