Jose Campana has left Premier League side Crystal Palace on loan for the rest of the season, Sky
Campana only joined Palace in the summer but has struggled to win a place in the Eagles’ line-up, making only six league appearances. His last game for Palace came in October, in the 4-1 home loss to Fulham.
Nurnberg have the option to sign the 20-year-old on a permanent basis in the summer. Campana has a contract with the Selhurst Park club until 2017, having been signed by Ian Holloway but fallen out of favour under his successor, Tony Pulis.
The Seville-born midfielder moved to Palace from Seville, where he played 20 games for the senior side and more than 50 for the Andalusians’ B team.
Campana has represented Spain at every level bar the senior national team, going from Under-16 to Under-21. He was part of the Spain Under-19 side that twice won the UEFA Under-19 European Championships, in 2011 and 2012, captaining the side for the latter tournament. He did however miss a penalty in the semi-final shootout with France.
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