This summer transfer window, Chelsea football club released many players to leave the club. Some left for a permanent deal while others left for a loan inorder to pave way for new signings and also get more playing time.
English premier league club, Crystal Palace is one of the clubs that benefitted this summer transfer window from Chelsea as they acquired two of their academy products. Crystal Palace acquired Marc Guehi on a permanent deal from Chelsea football club and Conor Gallagher on loan.
The two players have turned out to be regular starters for Crystal Palace football club and they have proved to be very key players for the squad.
Conor Gallagher who plays as a midfielder as well as a winger has really showed his quality at Crystal Palace where he has already scored two goals, provided an assist and won a penalty for his team this season.
He has been a great threat to opponents from the midfield. He is always at the right place at the right time while on the pitch. He has also won players of the month award in his new club.
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