Carl Jenkinson and Cohen Bramall are reportedly set to complete loan moves to Birmingham City later today.

Jenks and Bramall are allegedly set to complete loan moves to Birmingham later today (Monday) with Arsenal supposedly tying Jenks down to 2020 ahead of the move.

According to Mark Mann-Bryans, a reporter for Press Associate Sport, both full-backs will be at Birmingham for a season and the Championship side won’t have an option to buy.

Jenks has been linked with a move away from the Gunners this summer as he only has one year left on his current deal and made five just appearances for the first team last season. However, Mann-Bryans, and the 25-year-old’s profile on Transfermarkt, claim that Arsenal have extended his deal by two years until 2020.

Bramall on the other hand has only just been promoted to Arsenal’s first team after a handful of appearances during the Gunners’ pre-season, which met mixed reviews.

The 21-year-old only moved to north London from non-league Hednesford Town in January after a successful trial.

The left-back’s contract is still said to be running out next season so it remains to be seen whether he will actually be returning to Arsenal after his loan spell with Birmingham or not.

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