Former Crystal Palace man looking unlikely to be on move from Dulwich Hamlet – yet

Dulwich Hamlet manager Gavin Rose reckons it is looking unlikely that Reise Allassani will leave before tomorrow’s transfer deadline.

The former Crystal Palace youngster has made a big impression since signing on at Champion Hill – with a red-hot run of goals before a short spell out with a hip flexor niggle.

Asked if he expected Allassani to be on the move before the winter window closed, Rose said: “At the moment I’d say no because we have not had anything concrete from a club to work with.

“There has been a lot of interest, but not enough at this stage that there is an actual contract offer on the table for the club. But there is still a day left.

“He was on a great run of form and then obviously that [injury] got in the way. He is going to get in the league anyway, whether that is January or the end of the season. Playing at Dulwich for another four or five months ain’t going to do him any harm. Someone will take him if he carries on doing what he is doing.”


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