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Arsenal have allowed young striker Nacer Barazite to go out on loan to Vitesse Arnhem for the season.
The 20-year-old returns to his native Netherlands after failing to make an impact at Emirates Stadium.
The Gunners recruited the Dutchman in 2006 as a youth player from NEC Nijmegen and he has gone on to make three Carling Cup appearances for Arsene Wenger's side.
Barazite spent the 2008-09 campaign out on loan at Championship side Derby, where he made 30 appearances, scoring one goal.
The forward saw his progress hampered by a shoulder injury last season but he now has the chance to prove himself in the Eredivisie.
Barazite links-up with manager Theo Bos, who further bolstered his ranks with the capture of Marcus Pedersen, 20, from Norwegian side Stromgodset.
Bos has also brought in Lareya Kingston on a Bosman after spending last at Hearts, while 23-year-old Guram Kashia arrives from Georgian side FC Dinamo Tblisi to bolster his defensive options.
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