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Ahead of their first ever season in the Premier League, Huddersfield Town are undertaking what may prove to be the most important summer transfer window in the club's history.
Earlier this week the Terriers completed deals for Danish international goalkeeper Jonas Lössl from Mainz and Australian midfielder Aaron Mooy, who became the club's record signing upon completing his £8 million move from Manchester City.
And manager David Wagner is not slowing down in his pursuit of new recruits, with the Yorkshire club now being linked with Chelsea duo Kasey Palmer and Izzy Brown.
Both players enjoyed successful loan spells at the John Smith's Stadium, last season, helping the Terriers secure promotion to the top flight and Wagner is keen to re-sign them for the upcoming campaign.
The two 20-year-olds would not both be able to sign loan deals with Huddersfield next season, however, as Premier League rules dictate that top flight teams can only loan one player from the same Premier League club in one season.
Huddersfield trying to secure Izzy Brown and Kasey Palmer again. Brown on a permanent and Palmer on loan. Great news for both players #CFC- Nizaar Kinsella (@NizaarKinsella) July 2, 2017
This law may force Huddersfield to match the fee they paid for Mooy in order to bring Brown to the John Smith's stadium permanently.
Brown is reportedly open to a full time switch away from Chelsea, with his first tea options limited at Stamford Bridge behind the likes of N'Golo Kante and the incoming Tiemoue Bakayoko.
Palmer, on the other hand, who is yet to make an appearance for the Blues, will likely spend another season on loan with the Terriers after impressing during his 26 appearances for them last season, in which he scored five goals.
The Chelsea pair would be Wagner's fourth and fifth signings of the summer after the aforementioned Lössl and Mooy and striker Laurent Depoitre from Porto.