Jairo Riedewald’s future at Crystal Palace has been in some doubt for what appears to have been a very long time.
And, it appears Palace could be about to wave goodbye to the 22-year-old this January.
According to a report by Sky Sports, Riedewald is in talks with Celta de Vigo about an initial loan move, with the possibility of a permanent deal at the end of the season, but the La Liga side would need to avoid relegation.
The Dutchman arrived at Selhurst Park as one of Frank de Boer’s signings for a fee of £8.1million, per Transfermarkt.
However, he has failed to make an impact during his time in south London and appears to have been frozen out of Roy Hodgson’s plans for The Eagles.
Riedewald’s time at Crystal Palace clearly appears to be coming to an end and a move to Spain could be the best thing for him.
Despite being hugely versatile, Hodgson continues to look at other options within his squad and has used the Dutchman just a handful of times.
The Eagles will be hopeful Celta de Vigo turn things around in Spain, as it will give them a chance to finally offload the expensive De Boer signing for good.
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