Premier League strugglers Crystal Palace are the latest club to track an up-and-coming Non-League player.
The Eagles manager Roy Hodgson has told his staff he doesn’t want to miss out on Sittingbourne’s Lex Allan.
The 6’7 defender is one of the most talked-about young players in the semi professional game and has a big future according to many.
LEX Allan signing his contract with Sittingbourne FC Yesterday after the match up and coming young players at the club
taken by Ken Medwyn pic.twitter.com/mbG28PxBdq
— Sittingbourne FC (@SittingbourneFC) September 17, 2017
His performances for Sittingbourne in the Bostik League South have also alerted the attention of Millwall, and the centre-back has been training at the New Den.
Hodgson famously took now Manchester United defender Chris Smalling from Maidstone United to Fulham before his big money move to Manchester United,
Now he is looking to give another chance to a young player with the classy 18-year-old also attracting scouts from Birmingham City.