Crystal Palace reportedly turn their attention to Roma goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski.
Crystal Palace are reportedly keeping an eye on Roma goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski ahead of a potential move.
Manager Frank de Boer is believed to be keen to add a new shot-stopper to the club's ranks as he is not convinced by either Wayne Hennessey or Julian Speroni.
According to the The Telegraph, after failing with a £3.5m offer for West Ham United's Adrian, Palace have now turned their attention to Skorupski and PSV Eindhoven keeper Jeroen Zoet.
The report claims that one-capped Poland international Skorupski would cost the Eagles between £6m and £8m, but the Premier League outfit are said to be keen on agreeing an initial loan deal with an option to buy.
Palace began their campaign on Saturday with a 3-0 defeat to newly-promoted Huddersfield Town.