Arsenal are the busiest Premier League club in the present transfer window, not just because players are coming into the club but because players are being released to join other clubs who would offer them more regular action on the pitch.
The latest activity involved by the Gunners might not be a pleasant one for their fans as they have lost one of their bright youngsters Tafari Moore to League One side Plymouth.
Moore joined the Gunners in 2009 as a teenager but didn’t get any chance to lay claim for a starting berth under former boss Arsene Wenger.
The young right-back faced huge competition from well-known players, including Hector Bellerin, for the position and he was pushed to the substitute bench by the Spaniard.
The signing of Borussia Dortmund defender has further dashed his hope of playing for the club’s first-team in the nearest future and he, therefore, wants a move to the League One side to rejuvenate his career.
Moore has featured for England national team at every youth level but his inactive role at the North London club has been a source of hindrances to his dream of playing for the Three Lions, which was the country’s senior team.
His move to Plymouth will surely help him rediscover his blistering form once again as he would be hoping to break into limelight in the nearest future.
He had a nice spell at Dutch League last season where he scored some important goals and he would be wishing he build on that form in the 2018-19 season.