Ghana’s teenage sensation Abdul Fatawu Issahaku has become a target for English Premier League outfit, Crystal Palace according to multiple reports.
Crystal Palace are on the market in search of a winger after the departure of Ivorian Wilfred Zaha who left Selhurst Park as a free agent after contract expiry.
Crystal Palace co-owner John Textor has reportedly asked Sporting CP about the conditions to sign the former Steadfast FC forward.
BecksUpdates understands that negotiations are currently ongoing between the two clubs for the 19-year-old attacker. Amidst interest from some Portuguese clubs for the services of the versatile attacker on loan, Crystal Palace are the frontrunner for the services of Issahaku.
Reports from Portugal states that Sporting manager Rúben Amorim has left Fatawu out of his plans for the new season, and he is currently training with their B team.
Sporting CP wants a transfer fee of fifteen million euros and a 20% signing-on fee. The deal is expected to be closed by the end of the summer transfer window.