He has been dubbed as one of Scotland’s brightest prospects in recent seasons – but now Charlie Gilmour is on the hunt for a new club.
The midfielder is a product of the Arsenal academy and had been working his way up the youth system ladder at the Emirates. He was tipped to make a regular Gunners breakthrough but eventually moved to Norwich City.
His Canaries spell has come to a close this week, Gilmour terminating his deal with Daniel Farke’s side after a spell on loan at Dutch side SC Telstar last term.
Now 21, the midfielder did make a senior breakthrough at Arsenal, featuring twice as he looked to be the next young player to make headway into the London side’s senior plans from their academy.
But he moved to Norwich in 2019 with first-team opportunities restricted, heading straight to Holland on loan. A season of regular action in the second tier of Dutch football hasn’t been enough to warrant a regular Carrow Road place.
A decision has been taken to free him from his contact in order to allow Gilmour to make his next move.
The youngster has won caps for Scotland from Under-15s to Under-19s level and at 21, still possesses fantastic potential.