Arsenal have allowed Tyrell Robinson to leave the club.

The left-back, who initially started his footballing career as a winger and was later moved back, came from Arsenal’s Hale End academy and recently had trials with QPR, West Brom and West Ham after failing to make a real impact in the u23 squad. He even scored for the Baggies but academy coach, Mark Harrison, wasn’t keen.

The 19-year-old made 26 appearances for Arsenal’s youth squads since 2014, scoring twice and assisting the same amount during that time, but failed to make the jump to the senior team and you have to imagine, given his age, he’s really wants to start progressing. If he gets the feeling he’s not doing that in north London, he picked the right time to leave.

Robinson appears to be looking for a new club and Arsenal have allowed him to go it alone.

Good luck, Tyrell.

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