Gillingham have revealed that young striker Luke Freeman has completed his move to Arsenal.
The 15-year-old made FA Cup history back in August when he became the youngest player to ever play in the competition.
And despite making just one other substitute appearance for the Gills in League One he is now set for a move to the Premier League giants.
The full details involved in the deal are yet to be confirmed but a fee in the region of £200,000 is believed to have changed hands, giving Gills boss Mark Stimson some much-needed transfer funds.
"We gave him an opportunity but unfortunately when you give someone an opportunity they can get taken away from you and that's what has happened with Luke," Stimson told the Kent Messenger.
"He's gone to probably one of the best clubs in the world to learn his trade and you never know, in years to come, he might come back to Gillingham and show what he can do for them.
"If I wasn't here, would Luke Freeman have played for Gillingham this year? Possibly not, but he has, he's gone on and the club have gained financially from it. That money we're using now to buy other players.
"If that wasn't available then I don't think we could have brought new players into the club.
"I know the situation with the finances at the club and can you generate your own money? I think I've done that. Hopefully there's still a bit left so we'll try and go for a striker."