English-born Ghanaian youngster Tetteh Quaye Addy has been offered a professional contract with English Premier League side Crystal Palace.
The 18-year old London-born striker, is among six academy graduates who have signed professional contracts with the Eagles.
“Addy is a tricky winger who can threaten with pace and skill. He can play as a forward when required and regularly does so, also earning call-ups to the Under-23s over the past few seasons.” a statement on the club’s website read.
Palace signed Addy in 2013, when he was just 11, after he had already suffered a knock-back when released by the Fulham Academy whom he joined having spent his pre-academy years with Palace.
Meanwhile, his compatriot David Boateng, has signed contract extension with the club.