Joel Campbell has signed for Frosinone in a permanent switch from Arsenal.
The Costa Rican international joined the Gunners in 2011 after a prolonged transfer saga, but was unable to get a work permit and spent three seasons out on loan.
He did well at Lorient, Real Betis and then Olympiacos, and began the 2014-15 in the Arsenal squad before being sent out on loan again to Villarreal.
The 2015-16 season was his most productive in red and white, making 31 of his 40 Arsenal appearances in all competitions, scoring 4 goals and making 6 assists.
However, it wasn’t enough to convince Arsene Wenger who sent him out on loan again but his spells at Sporting Lisbon and a return to Betis were underwhelming to say the least – although he did suffer some injury problems.
The 26 year old was not even included in the Gunners Premier League squad this season, and new head coach Unai Emery clearly did not consider him a viable option for the upcoming campaign.
His most memorable Arsenal moment was the assist for Olivier Giroud away at Olympiacos in the Champions League (2’49):
Best of luck to him at his new club.