The South London Press has reported that Charlton Athletic attacker Tariqe Fosu is set to make a move to League One side Oxford United, where he will link up with former Addicks boss Karl Robinson ahead of the 2019/20 season.

Tariqe Fosu’s contract with newly promoted Charlton Athletic is set to expire soon and it was said that he was among players who would be offered new terms at The Valley. However, the attacker is reportedly set to make a move away, with League One his destination.

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It has been said that Fosu is set to make the move to Oxford United to join up with Karl Robinson – under whom he enjoyed his most successful spell with the Addicks. The two parties have come to an agreement over a deal at as he is 23-years-old and his deal is set to expire, he will leave on a free transfer.

Fosu has been at Charlton Athletic for two years since joining from Championship side Reading. In his time at The Valley, the attacker has played 65 times, scoring 11 goals and providing 10 assists along the way.

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The 23-year-old made his breakthrough into senior football while on loan at Fleetwood Town from Reading in 2015. He also spent time on loan with Accrington Stanley and Colchester United, before leaving the Royals on a permanent basis in 2017 having played just once for their first-team.

Now, he will return to League One with Oxford United with Karl Robinson, who is looking to further improve his squad as they prepare for the new season. Should Fosu complete a move, he joins Spanish midfielder Alex Rodriguez Gorrin and youngsters Kevin Berkoe and Sam Allardyce in joining the club this summer.

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