Crystal Palace transfer news: Completed summer deals, including Brede Hangeland and Fraizer Campbell

A look at the players who have arrived at Selhurst Park this summer and those who have departed

Tony Pulis inspired Crystal Palace to a superb second half of the season last term to finish 11th and earn many plaudits for their style of play.

Pulis will want to build up their successes of last year but first objective has to be to assure Premier League safety once again.

COMPLETED TRANSFERS

Chris Kettings - Free from Blackpool

With Julian Speroni's future at the club unclear, Palace signed Kettings as a free agent to fill the potential goalkeeper void. The 21-year-old played for Blackpool since 2011 before being released. He has three caps for Scotland's Under 21s.

Fraizer Campbell - £900,000 from Cardiff

Palace capitalised on the relegation of Cardiff by snapping up the striker on a three-year contract. Having scored nine-goals last term, Tony Pulis will hope the 26-year-old can provide much needed fire-power.

Brede Hangeland - Free from Fulham

The Norway international was surprisingly released by Fulham. The relegated side notified their captain by email that they would not be extending his contract. Having been a consistent performer in the top-flight for many years, Crystal Palace snapped him up.

Martin Kelly - Undisclosed from Liverpool

Kelly won an England cap once upon a time but has struggled with injury and form since then, struggling to find his way under Brendan Rodgers. A change of scenery was meant to allow Kelly to work his way back to some form, but Tony Pulis shockingly quit the day after Kelly arrived in south London.

EXITS

Jonathan Parr - Free to Ipswich

Dean Moxey - Free to Bolton

Aaron Wilbraham - Free to Bristol City

Kagisho Dikgacoi - Free to Cardiff

Danny Gabbidon, Neil Alexander, Ibra Sekajja - Released

Alex Wynter - Loan to Portsmouth

Kwesi Appiah - Loan to Cambridge

Jose Campana - Undisclosed to Sampdoria

Jack Hunt - Loan to Nottingham Forest

Osman Sow - Free to Hearts

Elliot Grandin - Loan to Blackpool

Stephen Dobbie - Free to Fleetwood Town

Aaron Wilbraham - Free to Bristol City

Jonny Williams - Loan to Ipswich

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