Cohen Bramall will likely leave the Emirates Stadium on a loan deal, according to Goal.
The 21-year-old joined Arsenal in January from Northern Premier League side Hednesford Town for the sum of £40,000.
Even though the youngster has been impressive during the pre-season and he even took part in the Emirates Cup game against Sevilla, he will likely be loaned away, Goal understands.
The swift wing back has admirers from a number of different leagues insists Arsenal head coach Arsène Wenger. The Frenchman believes it would be in everyone’s best interest if the youngster leaves the Gunners at this stage of his development in order to get the much needed for him first-team football.
Meanwhile Bramall could not hide his satisfaction of joining Arsenal as he spoke to Football.London:
“Everyone asks me all the time has it all sunk in? And I always said I thought it would when I make my first team debut,
“And it has – it’s literally just sunk in. Words can’t describe it. I feel really emotional, I just can’t believe it. I’m just so grateful to put an Arsenal shirt on and to represent this club.”