Arsenal have reported that promising defender Zech Medley has joined League One side, Gillingham, on loan for next season.
The 20-year-old joined the Gunners' foundation from Chelsea in 2016 and made his presentation in a Europa League stage game against Vorskla in November 2018.
He didn't show up this season, however, he was in the matchday crew for the Premier League loss to Brighton in June.
The loan move is intended to give him the open door play normal first group football, with Arsenal all around overloaded regarding numbers in focal guard and Mikel Arteta quick to fortify the situation as far as quality this late spring.
Gillingham completed tenth last season so they're a settled League One outfit for the ace to join for next season, with the expectation that Medley can kick on in his first loan spell away from the club.
This is without a doubt a strong open door for Medley after two or three seasons with the Under-23s, the test of League One will permit the ability to feature his capacity and get to holds with senior football.
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