Former Arsenal midfielder Chuks Aneke is heading to Belgium for the next stage of his development after signing a contract with Zulte-Waregem.
It is a rather unexpected move for Aneke, who had been targeted by a host of Championship clubs following his release by Arsenal last month.
Despite leaving Arsenal with just a cameo appearance in the Carling Cup to his name, Aneke has made tremendous progress over the past couple of years whilst on loan at Crewe Alexandra in League One having previously endured less successful stints at Preston North End and Stevenage.
Aneke could well act as a replacement for Thorgan Hazard at Zulte-Waregem, with the Chelsea loanee having enjoyed two temporary spells with the Belgian club.
Aneke becomes the third youngster who was released by Arsenal this Summer to have already found a new club. Zach Fagan will join Welling United, with Zak Ansah poised to join Charlton Athletic.
Daniel Boateng, Leander Siemann, Alfred Mugabo, Tarum Dawkins and Arinse Uade, who were also let go by the Gunners, are still on the lookout for new clubs.