Arsenal youth talent Harry Donovan has completed his exit from the Emirates Stadium and secured a move to Millwall.
According to Jamie Sanderson of the Metro, the teenager has moved to the East London on a free transfer after being deemed surplus to requirements by Arsene Wenger.
John Kelly, a reporter with Southwark news, also verified the news, revealing that the talented youngster would join the Lions’ U-18 side.
Donovan had previously appeared set for a bright future with the Gunners, and had already been invited to train with Arsenal’s first team by Wenger.
However, he clearly hasn’t done enough to impress, and is understood to have sought a move once it became clear that he would not be offered a professional contract with the club.
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He has evidently done enough to impress Millwall boss and club legend Neil Harris and will now begin the next chapter of his career at the Den.