22 year old Folarin Balogun has left Arsenal for Monaco, following a £34m transfer, to keep him at the French club for five years.
He has been at the North London side since he was eight years old, but he failed to stake a claim to a starting berth, hence his several loan spells, before this permanent move.
The Striker scored 22 goals in 39 matches for Stade de Reims last season, but Arsenal was keen on offloading the forward this summer, as he was behind the likes of Gabriel Jesus, Eddie Nketiah and Trossard in the pecking order.
The young Anglo-American was born in New York to his Nigerian parents in 2001, before they moved to permanently to London when he was 2 years old.
He is wanted by the USA, England and Nigeria, but has yet to make a decision over his international future.