Mathieu Flamini, has been signed by Crystal Palace and will remain as part of the club until the end of this season. The former Arsenal Midfielder is said to be happy with the move and looks forward to playing at his new club.
Mathieu Flamini left Arsenal after having made appearances on the team in a whopping 246 matches. He also helped the Gunners to win the FA Cup on three separate occasions. With these successes under his belt it is easy to understand why he was wanted by Crystal Palace.
The thirty two year old also has titles under his belt from his time as part of the team at AC Milan. He will be Crystal Palaces fifth signing this season as a fixed member at the club.
During his career the Frenchman played at Arsenal for a period of four years before he made a move to Italy to play as part of one of the most renowned clubs in Europe. Following five years at AC Milan he went back to the Gunners. His Move to Palace is a complete change and will hopefuly be a successful one.
Alan Pardew, manager at Palace, is extreamly pleased with his new recruit and is proud to have someone with such a fruitful career on his side. He hopes that Flamini’s style and leadership skills, on the pitch, will help his team as they attempt to reach new heights in this season’s premiership.
Flamini is looking forward to the challenge ahead of him in a move that he has described as highly ambitious.
In addition to Flamini Palace have also added Andros Townsend, Steve Mandanda, James Tomkins, and Christian Benteke to their ranks. They anticipate a fruitful season with top names on board. Loic Remy will also play for Palace on loan from Chelsea Football Club.
Author Lisa Wood
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