Crystal Palace will be looking to bounce back from their defeat to Watford with a win against Southampton at Selhurst Park
The Eagles made an impressive start to the new campaign with goals from Jeffrey Schlupp and Wilfried Zaha securing an opening day win against Fulham. Despite battling hard, they were unable to overcome Jurgen Klopp’s men at Selhurst Park with James Milner and Sadio Mane handing the Reds all three points. They face the Saints next who haven’t won any of their opening three fixtures.
Despite the transfer window closing two weeks ago, Palace could still add to their squad with a host of players still searching for a new club this summer. One man who could add something to Roy Hodgson’s squad is Hungarian winger – Balázs Dzsudzsák.
Valued at £3.15m by Transfermarkt, Dzsudzsák was once considered one of the top prospects rising out of the Eredivisie. After winning the Hungarian National Championship three times, he joined PSV in 2007 and scored five goals in his first season, helping them lift the Eredivisie title. He ended his time at PSV with 55 goals in 156 appearances before joining Anzhi. After spells in Russia, Turkey and the United Arab Emirates, he is searching for a new club.
The 31-year-old is a set-piece specialist who could improve the goalscoring fortunes of Christian Benteke who has struggled in front of goal of late. Dzsudzsák loves to beat his man and whip in a cross – he could be an inspired addition to the Eagles attack.
It would be a risky move after spending two years earning a lucrative pay day, but his record suggests he has plenty left to give.
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