New Crystal Palace signing Eberechi Eze has returned to full training.

The 22-year-old, who arrived at Selhurst Park from Queens Park Rangers in a £16m move earlier in the transfer window, has recovered from a short-term injury.

Eze picked up a groin strain just 45 minutes into his debut for Palace in a pre-season game against Charlton Athletic.

The knock caused him to pull out of Aidy Boothroyd’s England U21 squad for the recent internationals.

Some Eagles fans have been concerned regarding Eze’s fitness levels ahead of the new Premier League season, but the club have been handed a boost with the player returning to full training.

Palace are preparing for their season opener against Southampton, but fellow new recruit Nathan Ferguson won’t play a part as he continues to recover from a knee problem.

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