Alexander Sorloth revealed his future looks certain to be away from Crystal Palace as Italian giants Napoli and AC Milan registered their interest in the forward.

The 24-year-old Norwegian has been in scintillating form on loan at Tranzonspor, netting 21 goals in 34 appearances for the Turkish Super Lig club.

Sorloth joined Trabzonpor on a two-year-loan deal last summer with a clause allowing them to make the move permanent for £6million.

With Napoli and AC Milan, accordng to Italian outlets, joining the likes of Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in keeping tabs on Sotloth, Trabzonspor would surely be guaranteed a hefty profit if they were to sell the forward on.

The striker who managed just one goal for Palace after his 2018, £9million move from Midtjyland before being loaned out to Gent and now Trabzonspor revealed that a return to South East London is not on the horizon. 

 “Currently I am planning to stay at Trabzonspor over the summer transfer window,” Sorloth told Turkish publication Milliyet as he re-iterated his desire to keep his club top of the Turkish league.

“Returning to the Premier League is not on my mind right now, this is down to the club.

"I am at a team fighting for the championship and the highest scorer in the league.

“The Super Lig is a top league.

"If we win the title I will be playing Champions League next season so I am in no hurry to leave.

“Of course, you can never rule anything out in football but like I said I am in no rush to leave.”