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Former Crystal Palace midfielder makes League Two switch

Former Crystal Palace midfielder Jordan Mutch has signed for League Two strugglers Crawley Town.

Mutch, who was a free agent since leaving Australian A-League side Macarthur FC in May last year, has penned a deal at the Broadfield Stadium until the end of the season.

The now 31-year-old signed for Palace in January 2015 under Alan Pardew, penning a four-and-a-half-year contract at Selhurst Park after the Eagles paid QPR a fee believed to be £4.75million.

Mutch made 40 appearances for the South Londoners in all competitions but failed to register a single goal contribution.

The midfielder left Palace in 2019 after his contract was terminated by mutual consent after a spell on loan at Vancouver Whitecaps.

Crawley are currently 23rd in League Two.

Speaking after the move to Crawley, Mutch said: “I am very happy to join Crawley until the end of the season and play under the boss. 

“I can’t wait to start playing, and hopefully, me and the team can have some positive results from now until the end of the year, and we are very focused on the task ahead.”

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