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‘It’s time to move on’ – Bromley loanee confirms Arsenal departure

Kido Taylor-Hart has confirmed he will be leaving Arsenal this summer.

The 21-year-old spent the majority of the season on loan with Bromley and featured nine times for Andy Woodman’s side in the National League.

He scored his only goal in the 1-1 draw at home to Woking in April and also picked up an assist early on in the campaign against Solihull Moors.

Taylor-Hart joined the Ravens on loan with fellow Arsenal loanee Alex Kirk.

Bromley won promotion to the EFL for the first time in their 132-year history after a penalty shootout win over Solihull Moors at Wembley.

His Arsenal contract is up this summer after penning a three-year deal in 2021.

He said on Instagram: “First I’d like to thank all the staff, coaches, fans and players at Arsenal that have shown me love and helped me in my 13 years at this amazing club.

“I appreciate it more than I can explain. The club has quite literally seen me grow up and go from a boy to a man, saying that it’s time to move on and I’m excited for what the future of my career holds.”

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