Crystal Palace winger Reise Allassani has joined non-league side Bromley FC on a one-month loan deal, as reported by the BBC.
The 20-year-old is not in Alan Pardew’s immediate plans and as been a regular in the U21 side this season.
Whilst the National League may not be the highest standard, it is interesting that Palace have let him drop down to that level rather than stay in the reserve side.
The likelihood is that they want him playing in more competitive games where the value of three points means a lot more than at the U21 level.
Allassani has represented England at U16 and U17 levels, but has never quite been able to make an impact at club level.
The 20-year-old will provide Bromley with a lot of options as he is capable of playing on the wing, as a number ten or as a centre-forward.
Time will tell if the forward has a future at the club.