Ben Sheaf has joined Coventry City in a permanent transfer.
The 23-year-old midfielder joins the Sky Blues permanently after spending last season on loan with the Championship side, becoming an integral member of the team with 30 appearances during the campaign.
Sheaf joined us as a scholar from West Ham United in July 2014 and during his time at the club, also had successful loan spells with Stevenage (2017/18) and Doncaster Rovers, where he made a big impact making 32 appearances during the 2019/20 season.
The England Youth international made two first team appearances, making his debut in October 2017, coming on for Francis Coquelin in the UEFA Europa League away to Red Star Belgrade. His other first team appearance was in the League Cup in December 2017, when he made a substitute appearance in the quarter final tie against West Ham United.
Ben was a regular in our youth teams throughout his Arsenal career and also made 60 appearances for the Under-23s.
Everyone at the club wishes Ben huge success in the next stage of his career and thank him for his contribution to Arsenal.
The transfer is subject to the completion of regulatory processes.
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