Manchester United midfielder-cum defender, Timothy Fosu-Mensah, is set for a season-long loan move to Crystal Palace, according to latest reports.
Fosu-Mensah broke into the United first team under former manager, Louis van Gaal.
Despite making ten appearances under his compatriot, the youngster has found first team football difficult to come by under new man, José Mourinho.
The 19-year-old featured just four times last session in the Premier League, as the Mourinho led side struggled to a sixth place finish in the league.
Fosu-Mensah, who was also a substitute in the Europa League final against former club, Ajax Amsterdam, was part of the United squad to the preseason tour of the US and Europe.
However, he appears set for a loan move to fellow PL side, Palace.
First team chances are limited for the youngster, with Valencia set to make the right back position his once again, and fellow youngsters, Axel Tuanzebe and Andreas Pereira set to be preferred in midfield, as back ups.
This has prompted a loan move to the Eagles, where he’s set to link up with another Dutchman, Frank de Boer, who’s set to for his debut season in England, after replacing former manager at Selhurst Park, Sam Allardyce.