Gallagher becomes Palace’s fifth signing under Patrick Vieira, after Joachim Andersen joined Guéhi, Michael Olise and Remi Matthews in south London.
Chairman Steve Parish said: “I am delighted Conor has chosen to come to Crystal Palace on a season-long loan after some impressive performances in the Premier League last season. We very much look forward to him joining the squad as we continue to build towards the new season.”
Gallagher was born and raised 10 minutes from Chelsea’s training ground, between Cobham and Stoke D’Abernon in Surrey, and signed for the club aged eight.
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