Former Harambee Stars keeper trying out with EPL side

Former Harambee Stars keeper trying out with EPL side

04 Jan 2018, 06:20

Former Harambee Stars and Lillestroem keeper Arnold Origi is trying out with Crystal Palace and could sign for the South London side.

According to Spoten, Origi who back in August 2017, lost his Kenyan citizenship after applying for a Norwegian citizenship, land the invite to training with the Roy Hodgson coached team with former England boss keen to add another keeper as a replacement for an ageing Julian Speroni.

Not with us

-Arnold is not training with us because he has requested permission to work out with a club in England. He is there for an indefinite period, Lillestroem sporting director Simon Mefsin said while commenting on the keeper's trials.

Origi, 34, has been on a fine season with Lillestrom leading them to a domestic silverware.

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