Finally done deal: Crystal Palace makes club-record offer of £30 million for a top forward

Report: Crystal Palace makes club-record offer of £30 million to sign forward Olise-like

In the January transfer window, Crystal Palace is rumored to have made a club-record offer of £30 million to sign Juventus winger Mathias Soule to a Premier League contract. 

The Eagles don’t usually sign players for large salaries. Actually, the last time they broke their transfer record was when they paid an incredible £27 million to get Cristian Benteke from Liverpool in 2016.

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Therefore, there are other ways to analyze the reports that are arriving from Italy via Corriere dello Sport. Maybe Crystal Palace just thinks Mathias Soule is a chance not to be passed up. The kind of skill that would require significant search effort and is not frequently found.

Whatever the case, Selhurst Park supporters should be cheered by the rumor that Crystal Palace has made a record-breaking bid of £30 million for the Juventus teenager, having communicated with the Serie A powerhouse through middlemen.

Crystal Palace make Mathias Soule offer?

After all, Soule is among Italy’s most intelligent young attackers. The dazzling-toed winger looks up to Lionel Messi, as one might think considering his Argentine heritage and propensity to cut in from the right, but he also models his play after Neymar and Eden Hazard.

Soule is an entertainer, no doubt, but she also has a finished product. In just 13 appearances after going on loan to Frosinone during the summer, he has six goals to his name.

In a 4-3-3, he is capable of playing as the right wing. However, Guido Angelozzi, the sporting director of Frosinone, tells Tuttomercatoweb that he could also play as a midfielder. “He is really high grade.

“He reminds me of (Domenico) Berardi, who I had at Sassuolo.” He can reach stratosphere status if he can score goals consistently.






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