Spanish midfielder Victor Camarasa is reportedly on his way out of Crystal Palace and could join Norwich City on yet another loan deal in the January transfer window, according to TEAMtalk reports.
Camarasa initially joined Palace on a season-long loan deal from Real Betis but he has only managed to feature for five minutes this season which has become rather shocking considering the amount the Eagles paid for him.
According to Mucho Deporte, Palace paid €1.5m for what was intended to be a temporary deal and if he impressed them during the loan spell, the club would have had to pay a further €13.5m to make him permanent.
However, despite his struggles with the Eagles this season, Camarasa had a much better season (2018/19) when he was shipped out on loan to Cardiff City where he scored five goals from 32 appearances in the Premier League.
Despite his performances, Cardiff were relegated to the English Championship and could not keep the player anymore due to financial restraints of playing in the lower division.
Reports have now emerged that Norwich City are set to approach Camarasa ahead of a possible move as they look to fight their way back to the top and avoid relegation.
It is yet to be seen what will come of the transfer rumours come January.