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Arsenal have confirmed that midfielder Glen Kamara has signed for Scottish side Dundee permanently following a successful trial.
The Finnish youth international joined Arsenal from Southend United as a scholar five years ago and made one first-team appearance for the Gunners, which came in the League Cup defeat to Sheffield Wednesday in 2015.
Having shown some encouraging signs during his first couple of seasons at the club, Kamara edged closer to the first-team picture and trained with the squad on several occasions but was unable to reassert himself in the fold after the aforementioned fixture against Sheffield Wednesday.
Loan spells with Southend and Colchester United followed but the 21-year-old has now left Arsenal permanently, with Alex Iwobi and Chuba Akpom the only members of the 2012 scholarship intake that are still at the club.