What’s happened to the 15 players that left Crystal Palace this past summer?
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The Eagles go into the international break sat in 16th place in the table.
They delved into the transfer market over the summer to bring in four new faces to bolster their ranks.
There was also plenty of permanent outgoings from Selhurst Park. Here is where they have all ended up...
Christian Benteke, DC United
The striker decided to leave Crystal Palace for a new chapter of his career in the MLS at DC United under Wayne Rooney.
He missed a penalty on his full debut against Colorado Rapids.
Cheikhou Kouyate, Nottingham Forest
He parted company with Patrick Viera’s side when his contract expired at the end of the past campaign.
The midfielder then weighed up his options before deciding to put pen-to-paper on a deal with fellow top flight club Nottingham Forest, becoming one of 22 players to join the Reds after their promotion from the Championship.
Martin Kelly, West Brom
Kelly, 32, spent eight years on the books at Palace and made 148 appearances in all competitions before leaving in late June.
He has recently been snapped up by West Brom but is yet to make his debut for Steve Bruce’s side in the second tier.
Jaroslaw Jach, KGHM Zagłębie Lubin
The Poland international moved to South London back in 2018 from KGHM Zagłębie Lubin and has now gone back there.
Jach struggled for game time with the Eagles and was loaned out to four different clubs during his time in England.
Jacob Montes, Botafoga
The 23-year-old has made the move to Brazil to join Botafoga on a contract until 2024.
He joined Palace in May last year having previously played for Portland Timbers and the Treasure Coast Tritons.
Luke Dreher, free agent
He departed this past summer and remains without a club. The midfielder spent time on loan in the National League with Bromley last term.
Sean Robertson, Forest Green Rovers
The 21-year-old was snapped up by Forest Green Rovers on a free transfer in early August.
He has since made six appearances for the League One new boys, three of which have come in the league.
Sion Spence, Gloucester City
He has dropped into non-league following his departure from Selhurst Park.
Spence plays in the National League North these days after spending time on loan at Bristol Rovers last season.
Aidan Steele, Crusaders
The 19-year-old has moved back to Northern Ireland.
He joined Palace in 2019 having previously been on the books at Cliftonville and Watford.
James Taylor, Tonbridge
Tonbridge swooped to sign him on a permanent basis in July after his contract expired.
He spent time there on loan in the last campaign and has played five times so far this term in the National League South.
Dylan Thiselton, Bowers and Pitsea
Like many of his fellow departed players, youngster Thiselton now plays in non-league for Bowers and Pitsea.
Rian Jamai, Kanye Jobson, Nya Kirby and Joseph Ling, free agents
The above players remain available on free transfers.