Yeovil have completed the loan signing of Arsenal striker Luke Freeman.
The 18-year-old joins Terry Skiverton's Glovers on a youth loan deal until December from the Premier League giants and becomes the second Gunner to move this summer.
Freeman's team-mate Luke Ayling penned a two-year deal to move to Huish Park following a successful loan spell last season.
Freeman comes to Yeovil with a pedigree of scoring goals at youth level for Arsenal.
Last season he made 24 appearances for Steve Bould's Under 18 side, scoring an impressive 15 goals, and was rewarded with a spell in the reserves where he netted against Chelsea.
The striker signed for Gillingham at the age of 11 and made his first, and only, first-team appearance when he came on as a substitute in an FA Cup tie against Barnet at the age of 15 years, 233 days, which made him the youngest player to appear in the FA Cup proper.
The Dartford-born youngster joined the Gunners in January 2008 and made an impression with both Bould and Head of Youth Development Liam Brady.
Freeman also represented England at both U16 and U17 level, scoring five goals in 15 games.