Crystal Palace are eyeing a move for Roma goalkeeper Lukasz Skorupski, according to the Mail Online.
New manager Frank De Boer saw his team lose 3-0 at home to newly promoted Huddersfield Town in his first game in charge, and is keen to bring in reinforcements with the transfer window set to slam shut in just over two weeks time.
So far, the Eagles have only brought in two players this summer with Jairo Riedewald coming in from Ajax and fellow defender Timothy Fosu-Mensah joining on a season-long loan from Manchester United.
Skorupski, who has made just five Serie A appearances for Roma since signing from Gornik Zabrze in 2013 would provide competition for current first choice shot stopper Wayne Hennesey and Palace veteran Julian Speroni.
The one-time Poland international has spent the last two seasons on loan with Empoli, racking up sixty-seven appearances in the Italian top flight.
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