Premier League side Crystal Palace are in the hunt for Fulham midfielder Kieran Richardson according to the Sunday Mirror.
The 29-year old has been at Fulham since 2012 having joined from Sunderland for around £2 million. Since then he has made 48 appearances for the club whilst scoring six goals.
The midfielder, who can also play at left-back, currently has a year left on his contract and with Fulham’s relegation added to the duration left on his contract he will be available for a cut-price deal in the summer.
Also Richardson has one of the highest wages on their payroll and it is likely that summer savings will have to be made in order to prevent debt in the Championship and he will be one of many to leave the London club.
Palace manager Tony Pulis is aiming to bring more experienced players into the squad next season in order to provide a mid-table finish having recently avoiding relegation by the narrowest of margins.
The former Manchester United player will be a spectacular addition to Crystal Palace’s squad as they do lack the depth of some of the consistent mid-table teams and this is the first step for them to achieve their goal.
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