South London latest: Charlton sign midfielder, Palace target to be sold

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Today's South London latest brings you all the biggest news from the past 24 hours surrounding Crystal Palace, Charlton Athletic and Millwall.

1) Charlton confirm Franck Moussa signing.

The Addicks have signed Moussa on a two-year deal as a free agent after his contract with Coventry ended last season.

The Belgian scored 14 times for The Sky Blues last season and will add goals to the Charlton midfield ahead of the new campaign.

"I’m delighted, I was looking to sign for a good team and I think I’ve found this in Charlton," Moussa told the club's official website.

"I had a phonecall to come and have a chat with the manager and meet the people here and I had a good feeling straight away.

"To me I’ve only known Charlton as a Premier League club.

"The fact they're not there at the moment just tells me that they will want to go back there at some time and I’m sure that will happen," the 25-year-old added.

2) Former Crystal Palace target to be sold this summer.

Aaron Cresswell is expected to leave Ipswich this summer as the Championship club look to cash in on the 24-year-old if the right offer arrives.

The Eagles had a bid rejected last summer and may step in once more after Dean Moxey and Jonathan Parr were released by Tony Pulis.

West Brom are also thought to be keen on Cresswell and Ipswich manager Mick McCarthy has said it will be "hard to stop" him if he wants to move on.

"He may feel he's done his time and want to move to better himself. If that's the case, it's hard to stop.

"If he does go I will shake his hand, thank him for his efforts and crack on and bring someone else in, that's how it works. It would have to be the right bid though," the Ipswich boss said.

3) Millwall still waiting on Hutchinson.

Sam Hutchinson has yet to make a decision on where his future lies with offers from both Sheffield Wednesday and Millwall to mull over.

The former Chelsea man is a free agent after being released by The Blues but is taking his time over his decision on where he will be playing come the new season.

Ian Holloway is hoping a decision is made soon: "I'm sure it will take care of itself and hopefully he'll make a decision pretty soon. We'll have to see where we fit in with that."

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