Sutton United have added a fourth former Arsenal player to their ranks after signing Jack Jebb.
Still only 21, Jebb came through the youth ranks at Arsenal. He has been snapped up by the non-league side and will join Craig Eastmond, Roarie Deacon and Jeffrey Monakana who are already at the club.
Jebb came to the notice of most Arsenal fans when he was banned for racist language back in October 2013. Handed a £1, 800 fine as well as a four-game ban, he was once hailed as the ‘new Jack Wilshere’ but left Arsenal in 2015 and has done little since.
After that incident in 2013, he was sent to Stevenage on loan twice before signing for them permanently in 2015. One season there saw him released and he moved on to Newport County after a few months without a club. After signing a short, three-month deal, he was released in January as a free agent.
He played for Epsom Dynamos, Predators and Cheam Park Farm (his school) before moving to Arsenal