Marouane Chamakh will sign a new two-year deal with Crystal Palace in the next 24 hours, Sky sources understand.
Torino president Urbano Cairo hopes that winger Alessio Cerci will be staying put despite interest from AC Milan.
Aston Villa have completed the signing of striker Nicklas Helenius from Aalborg.
Villa announced last Tuesday they were in negotiations with the Danish outfit over Helenius, adding that they expected to secure his transfer, subject to a medical and personal terms, within 10 days.
And so it has proved, with it being confirmed that the 22-year-old has put pen to paper on a three-year deal with the midlands club.
Denmark international Helenius told www.avfc.co.uk: "This is a big opportunity for me, a big dream to play in the Premier League with a club with the history of Aston Villa, and I'm very excited."
Helenius, who has two senior international caps, came through the youth ranks at Aalborg and the 6ft 5in frontman was the second-highest scorer in the Danish league last season with 16 goals.
"I learnt a lot over the past few seasons with (Aalborg coach and former Villa defender) Kent Nielsen as my manager," he said.
"He was a player here at Villa and, while I have always been a good finisher, he taught me to be more aggressive and determined when I don't have the ball.
"He showed me how to work hard and this will help me in this league.
"I thought that maybe when I was 28 or something I might eventually be able to move to the Premier League having made my mark in Danish football, but now I have my chance and I think this is the right club for me with all the other young players in the side who want to do well and achieve something together.
"I want to show the fans that I'm hungry for this and that I'm very proud to be a Villa player."