Juventus and Inter Milan have reportedly sent scouts to watch the London giants midfielder, Conor Gallagher. England international has been impressing whilst on loan at Crystal Palace, and with the current ownership issues at London club, teams are looking to take advantage of their situation.
Juventus and Inter Milan had scouts watching Conor with Man City recently. The 22-year-old midfielder is having a fantastic season, and there’s a chance he could break into the Blues’ first team in the summer. If Gallagher isn’t promised a pathway into the Blues first team, he may have to explore the option of leaving the club permanently.
The Blues could allow Conor to go down the same pathway as Livramento, leaving the club to gain first-team experience, but having a buy-back clause in the deal. The Blues have a £50m buy-back clause in the Southampton footballer’s deal, meaning they can bring him back to the club if he progresses into a star footballer.
Although Conor is a little bit ahead of Livramento in terms of age, the Blues may still go down this route to ensure they don’t lose the promising midfielder for good. The English midfielder is on loan from the Blues this campaign and looks all ready to re-join his parent club this summer to become a crucial member of their squad.