Weymouth have signed Martell Taylor-Crossdale following his departure from Fulham.

The National League side have handed a contract to the attacker, as announced on their official Twitter account (see tweet below).

Taylor-Crossdale, who is 21-years-old, has been a free agent since being released by Fulham at the end of last season.

QPR have been taking a look at him on trial over recent times and he featured for their Under-23s side, as reported by West London Sport. 

Read: Player released by QPR this past summer is on the move again 

Doncaster Rovers also had him on trial over pre-season, as per a report by the Doncaster Free Press, but decided against offering him a deal.

Career to date

Taylor-Crossdale started his career at Chelsea and rose up through the academy at Stamford Bridge.

The youngster left the Blues when his contract expired in 2019 and turned down a move to Hoffenheim before going to Fulham.

He went on to play once for the Cottagers’ first-team and was loaned out to League Two side Colchester United last season to get some experience under his belt.

Read: Doncaster Rovers want to sign a holding midfielder this winter

New chapter

Weymouth is Taylor-Crossdale’s new home now and they currently sit 21st in the National League table.

The Terrars are managed by former Doncaster Rovers midfielder Brian Stock and have a few ex-Football League players playing for them these days such as Josh McQuoid, Tyler Cordner, Ross Fitzsimons and Ahkeem Rose.