As reported by the Guardian, Chelsea youngster Conor Gallagher is on the verge of joining fellow premier league side Crystal Palace. The young midfielder had his medicals after he featured in Chelsea's pre- season friendly against Brighton on Saturday.
The England international is one of Chelsea's promising academy graduates. He impressed in the championship last season whiles on loan and is set to follow the foot steps of another academy graduate who has now broken into the senior team Ruben Loftus Cheek to continue his development.
He will hopefully be getting more minutes in Roy Hodgsons Crystal Palace team next season. Recently, the blues have increasingly turned to their academy for players in the first team. The likes of Tammy Abraham, Mason Mount,Tomori and James have all been given opportunities in the senior team.
However, Gallagher who is undoubtedly a very talented young midfielder will not be getting his chance next season and will have to wait for some time as he looks set to complete a temporary move to fellow London club Crystal Palace.
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