Following Mutch out the exit door were Jason Puncheon, Alexander Sorloth, Jonny Williams, Sullay Kaikai and Nya Kirby, who have moved on to pastures new or been sent out on loan for the remainder of the season.
In his four years at the club, Mutch made just 40 appearances for the south London outfit and was sent out on numerous loans as many surely presumed he was surplus to requirements.
Watch the video below to see the most insane overhead kick you will see this week…
His release last month was testament to that as Palace preferred to let the 27-year-old leave for free at the first opportunity rather than wait for a suitor.
Capable of playing all across the midfield, the new Gyeongnam number 80 joins the likes of Hulk and Paulinho in moving to Asia – the Brazilian pair ply their trades for Chinese clubs Shanghai SIPG and Guangzhou Evergrande, respectively.
Having struggled to find form at the various clubs he has played for, Mutch will be hoping he can kick on in the East. Here’s how the Selhurst Park faithful reacted to the midfielder’s move on Twitter…
He’s found his level. https://t.co/dcnBpaK9cE
— HLTCO (@HLTCO) February 11, 2019
What's Korean for … keep the receipt ?
— Mark O'Brien (@sadmark11) February 11, 2019
— Harry (@YourBuddyHarry) February 11, 2019
That don’t impress me Mutch.
— Joe Levenson (@joelondon76) February 11, 2019
You’ll be better off playing whatever the duck mascot thing is
— James (@Sitdown_Jim) February 11, 2019
Those 2 dudes on the left have absolutely no idea what they’ve brought
JM is a fraud, how on earth is he a professional football player?
— Alex (@TAKTIKT0E) February 11, 2019
Jordon Mutch's career going well then… https://t.co/jRbmdZ2imO
— E-Crystal Palace (@e_crystalpalace) February 11, 2019
Looking to revive his Korea maybe?
— Lee Jeffrey (@lsjeff) February 11, 2019