David Beckham’s son Romeo is set to leave Arsenal’s academy, months after his older brother Brooklyn parted ways with the Gunners’ youth set-up, as reported by the Mirror.
Although there has not been any official confirmation yet, the Daily Mail says the staff at the Gunners’ Hale End academy expects Romeo to move on soon.
It is understood that there are some issues that need to be resolved before the 13-year old’s exit is formally finalised, but the process is currently underway.
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Brooklyn, Romeo’s elder brother left Arsenal youth set-up earlier this year after failing to secure a scholarship with the current English FA Cup champions.
Meanwhile, Cruz Beckham, the youngest of the three, is still at the academy, as per the report. Last month, Romeo walked out with the England team as a mascot for the Three Lions’ Euro 2016 qualifying match against Switzerland.
He accompanied Wayne Rooney out onto the hallowed turf in what was a birthday present from his dad Beckham – once of Manchester United and Real Madrid.
However, it is not really clear if Romeo will look for a new club in order to continue his fledgling career.