Cenk Tosun’s move to Crystal Palace from Everton will include an option for them to make it permanent for €20m at the end of the season.

Tosun is expected to move on loan from Everton today, with him currently having a medical ahead of the move.

The Turkish striker has found himself out of favour at Goodison Park again this season, making just six appearances in all competitions so far.

He had been linked with a return to his native Turkey but made it clear he wanted to stay in the Premier League and is now close to achieving that with Crystal Palace.

The Eagles are looking for additions this month with an injury crisis decimating Roy Hodgson’s squad and have seemingly turned to Tosun, a player they were linked with before his move to Everton.

Initial reports of the deal suggested the move would be a loan until the end of the season but according to journalist Firat Günayer that will not be the case.

He confirms that Tosun is joining Crystal Palace on a five-month loan deal, however, contrary to earlier reports, it also includes an option for Palace to make it permanent at the end of the season for €20m, around £16.9m.