The Dogs have signed the 21-year-old from the Panthers after he played eight games with the club this year, and will join Canterbury for the 2019 season.
Crichton made his debut in Penrith’s round three loss to the Bulldogs, and has played the past eight games, scoring one try.
Canterbury Chief Executive Andrew Hill was thrilled to bring Crichton on board, and can’t wait to see what he has in store for 2019 and beyond.
“Signing a player of Christian’s ability and potential is great news for Bulldogs fans. He provides us with a quality option in the outside backs and is part of our overall recruitment plan moving forward. We look forward to him joining us at Belmore next season,” Hill told bulldogs.com.au.