The midfielder leaves Crystal Palace without having made a competitive senior appearance.
Crystal Palace midfielder Noor Husin has signed for League Two side Notts County on a permanent deal.
The 20-year-old failed to make a competitive senior appearance for Palace after joining the club in 2016, but he was an unused substitute in the Premier League on several occasions last season.
Husin will now look to further his development at Notts County, where he has signed a one-and-a-half-year deal, as reported by the club's official website.
Last season Husin gained valuable experience while on loan with Accrington Stanley in League Two and he will hope that he can now impress in the same division with Notts County.
A neat passer of the ball, Husin was born in Afghanistan but moved to England at a young age and eventually secured a deal with Reading's academy.
Notts County are currently in second place in League Two, four points adrift of leaders Luton Town, and Husin will be aiming to help his new side secure promotion to League One.
Husin could be involved in some capacity when Notts County face Lincoln City away tomorrow afternoon.
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