Ghanaian midfielder Malachi Boateng, had completed a transfer loan move to Scottish Championship side Queens Park FC from Crystal Palace in the ongoing summer transfer.
The 20 year old midfielder has joined Queen’s Park on a season long loan from English Premier League side Crystal Palace.
Boateng joined Palace as a youth player, aged eleven, and signed his first professional contract with the club in October 2019 after receiving the Under-18 Player of the Season award the previous summer.
The Ghanaian International made 20 appearances for the Under-23s in the 2021/22 season, along with an additional three in the Papa John’s Trophy.
He was included in the first-team squad which went on tour to Australia and Singapore in pre-season of 2022/23.
Speaking after signing the deal, Boateng said: “Happy to be at Queen’s Park and I’m ready to test myself this season. I can’t wait to get playing in front of the fans and learn from other players as well. I know what the clubs aspirations are and hope I can help achieve this.”
Queens boss Marijn Beuker also said: “Malachi is a young player who is eager to further develop ‘
“We are very happy to add Malachi to our squad. Malachi is a young player who is eager to further develop and brings another different strength to the team. Its given our coaching staff more possibilities.”
“Mal is young , technically skilled and hungry to do well.’
“Mal is highly regarded at Crystal Palace and we look forward to him showing his quality at Queen’s Park. He is young, technically skilled and hungry to do well.”