Chelsea football club of England on loan star Connor Gallagher is already having a great season with English Premier League club-side Crystal Palace football club, following his outstanding performance for the club since joining them earlier this season.
The 21 years old was loaned to Patrick Vieira led Crystal Palace football club in 2021/2022 summer transfer window, and he has been able to force his way into the team's first eleven since then.
Connor Gallagher made his debut for Crystal Palace football club against newly promoted Brentford football club on the 21 of August, and he has been able to play all the team's matches in all competitions.
The Chelsea Academy product had a great preseason with the Blues, and his excellent performance for the club in their friendly matches made Crystal Palace FC to sign him on loan.
Gallagher already had English Premier League experience with West Bromwich Albion football club last season, as he played almost all the team's matches before they got relegated to the English Championship.
Coach Thomas Tuchel rated the England youngster as one of the Blues best talents, due to his performance in the preseason, and he said he is too good to be on the bench that's why he decided to send him out on loan again.
The midfield maestro has been able to bring balance to the Eagles midfield this season, and his performance for the club has been top-notch.
Connor Gallagher has already made four English Premier League appearances for the club and he has contributed to four goals (scoring two goals and provided two assists).
The youngster was impressive for Crystal Palace FC against high flying Brighton and Hove Albion FC on Monday night, as he won a penalty for the club, and they forced their visitors to a 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park Stadium.
Gallagher has now won two penalties for Crystal Palace FC, provided two assists, netted two goals and played all the teams matches, and he will be looking forward to continuing his impressive run of form when they play their next League game this weekend.
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