DANISH winger Dennis Rommedahl looks set to become the latest player to join the Charlton exodus after being linked with a switch to Spanish side Getafe.

Rommedahl arrived at The Valley for £2m from PSV Eindhoven shortly after impressing for Denmark in Euro 2004.

However, he failed to hold down a regular place in the starting line-up after some inconsistent displays and now his three-year stay at Floyd Road appears to be over.

Rommedahl's agent Soren Lerby confirmed at the weekend a move to Getafe was on the cards.

He said: "We are working on the matter. The club's have to reach an agreement first before we can negotiate Rommedahl's personal terms."

Luke Young is another Addick seemingly on his way out of SE7 with the England international keen to stay in the Premiership.

Aston Villa are favourites to land his services, although they face competition from neighbours Birmingham City and Gareth Southgate's Middlesbrough.

Manager Alan Pardew is prepared to listen to reasonable offers for Young and may be prepared to sell for £2.5m.

Pardew said: "We've had a few phone calls about Luke. I've got a lot of time and respect for Luke and I appreciate where he is in his career.

"There is no bad feeling and he's not being difficult."