Emmanuel Frimpong is set for a loan spell with Charlton, with a view to a permanent move.
The Ghanain midfielder was strongly linked with Wolves, where he spent some time last season before suffering another serious knee injury, but it appears that move fell through during the week.
Although the Wolves manager said the club were still open to a loan had he not joined another club by then it seems Charlton have jumped to the top of the queue.
It is expected that Frimpong will seal the move on Monday and, should he impress, could move to The Valley on a permanent basis.
Under manager Chris Powell the Addicks were promoted to the Championship after winning League 1 and currently sit mid-table. Frimpong’s last appearance for Arsenal was in the 7-5 thriller against Reading in the Capital One Cup and although highly rated by Arsene Wenger, it seems the two knee injuries have robbed him of a chance to establish himself at Arsenal.
Arseblog News wishes him the best.