Rob Holding’s seven-year spell at Arsenal is coming to an finish (Picture: Getty)Rob Holding is ready to go away Arsenal after the membership agreed a deadline day cope with Crystal Palace over a everlasting switch.
The 27-year-old centre-back confronted loads of criticism final season when he changed the injured William Saliba in Arsenal’s beginning XI, because the Gunners’ Premier League title problem fell aside.
Holding is now set to signal a three-year cope with Palace and the south London membership pays round £4m for his companies, based on The Athletic.
Palace boss Roy Hodgson spoke overtly about his want to signal Holding in a press convention on Friday.
‘He is a participant who has us for some time,’ the previous England supervisor stated. ‘Dougie Freedman (Palace sporting director) is aware of him very effectively.
‘We’re engaged on the premise you can’t have too many high quality gamers in your squad.
‘If he was obtainable and it’s a deal that’s doable I’d be very completely happy to work with him.
‘Our squad isn’t that huge. There is area within the 25-man squad for an additional participant. If it might be Rob we’d be proud of that.’
Holding, who has not featured to date this season, joined Arsenal from Bolton seven years in the past and has made a complete of 162 appearances for the Gunners.
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