Premier league news Midfielder David Ozoh has signed a professional contract with Crystal Palace Last spor news
PremierLeague-News.Com - Having secured category one status in 2020, Crystal Palace's academy continues to go from strength-to-strength with another local prospect signing professional terms with the club
PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! 17-year-old academy starlet David Ozoh has signed a professional deal with Crystal Palace. Ozoh played an important part in the Eagles' under-18's side last-term as the midfielder made 28 appearances for Rob Quinn's team, finding the net on two occasions. His performances also saw Ozoh rewarded with three appearances in the club's under 23's team under Paddy McCarthy and subsequently a place in the pre-season tour squad in Australia and Singapore. READ MORE: Crystal Palace announce the signing of Northern Ireland youth international on one-year-deal Having signed for the club at just eight years of age, Ozoh joins the likes of Ryan Bartley, Maliq Cadogan and Joe Sheridan to have recently signed a professional deal with the club. Upon signing the deal he claimed: "It’s a dream come true to finally put pen to paper on this pro deal.
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. It’s onwards and upwards from here.” Quinn also added: "David is a talented midfielder with a determined attitude. He has been at the club for many years and has worked hard to secure his first professional contract. "He is a fantastic and humble individual, who will use this achievement to push on in the season ahead and beyond.” READ NEXT: Wilfried Zaha Chelsea transfer swap deals considered as Todd Boehly repeats Marc Cucurella trick Wilfried Zaha's stance on Chelsea transfer revealed amid Cristiano Ronaldo and Aubameyang issue Patrick Vieira has already given his Wilfried Zaha verdict amid Chelsea transfer links Mikel Arteta says Crystal Palace are hard to beat under Patrick Vieira Palace confirm 2022/23 squad numbers with Cheikhou Kouyate shirt left vacant
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