Arsenal have agreed a deal with FC Dordrecht that will see defensive midfielder, Glen Kamara, spend the season there on loan according to a report from the country.
Kamara, who signed for Arsenal when he was 16, spent part of last season on loan with Southend, the club Arsenal signed him from in 2012, was seemingly recommended by the head of the youth Academy, Andries Jonker, himself a Dutchman.
FC Dordrecht play in the second tier of Netherlands football in front of a capacity 4,1000 crowd. They finished last season 14th in the division.
Dordrecht is the fourth largest city and municipality located in the province South Holland with a population of around 118k.
Kamara is 20. The dual-nationality Finn (Sierra Leone), who can also play in central midfield and at right back, made 10 appearances in the u21 league last season for the Gunners and six with Southend in League One.