Having captured five players so far this summer, Arsenal seem to have put an end to their plan of adding to their squad ahead of next season.
The North Londoners have upgraded their defensive and midfield’s setup while their attacking line is fully loaded with quality stars.
Though the Gunners might not be interested in adding to their squad, they are still actively involved in the window as they have shifted their attention to selling some of the fringe players so as to regenerate part the money (£70m) they’ve spent on new acquisitions.
The latest player to leave the Emirates Stadium is young goalkeeper Huddart, who has reportedly joined Boreham Wood on a permanent deal.
The goalkeeper was said to have undergone a trial with Bradford City earlier in the month but he failed to impress the League one club as he conceded too many cheap goals.
The young goalie, who featured for the Gunners U23 side last season, couldn’t get a call from Bradford hierarchy which means he wasn’t given a chance to prove himself once again.
While confirming the deal, Boreham Wood wrote on their Twitter page that they have signed the Gunners goalie on a permanent deal.
They further reveal that he might make his first appearance for the club later today when they battle AFC Wimbledon.
With the youngster now out of the Emirates Stadium, David Ospina might be the next goalie to say his goodbye to the club this summer.