Arsenal are expected to confirm the arrival of a new addition within the next day or two according to a solid report. 

The Gunners have been hit by injuries to key players yet again this season as they look to secure a major trophy after last season’s barren finish.

That sort of success can only be achieved with a deep squad and Arsene Wenger appears to be keen on addressing the need to have enough cover in certain positions.

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According to Sky Sports, the Arsenal manager is set to recruit a new left-back in Hednesford prospect Cohen Bramall after a successful trial at the club.

The report claims that the 20-year-old has “passed a medical examination and will join on a two-and-a-half-year contract”.

Bramall, who is coming from the seventh-tier of English football, will join the club as an understudy to Nacho Monreal at left-back with the future of Kieran Gibbs currently uncertain.

The last young full-back to make such a meteoric rise in moving to Arsenal from a much lower division was Carl Jenkinson in the summer of 2011.

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