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Arsenal have sent midfielder Jeff Reine-Adelaide and striker Chuba Akpom, plus Krystian Bielik, out on loan for the rest of the season.

Reine-Adelaide, 20, will join French club Angers while 22-year-old Akpom heads to Belgium's Sint-Truidense for his sixth loan spell away from Arsenal.

Young centre-back Krystian Bielik was also sent out to League One side Walsall after recovering from a shoulder injury that ruled him out for the first half of the season.

Reine-Adelaide has been viewed as one of the most promising players in Arsenal's academy after joining as a 17-year-old in 2015 and played in six FA Cup and League Cup games during the 2016-17 season.

Chuba Akpom has failed to break into the Arsenal first-team squad.

However, he suffered a long-term injury toward the end of that campaign and only recently returned to full fitness, scoring three goals in his last two matches with Arsenal's under-23s.

Akpom has been at Arsenal since the age of six and made his Premier League debut in 2013, but has never established himself in Arsene Wenger's first team.

He has made 12 Arsenal appearances in total, but has been loaned to Coventry, Brentford, Nottingham Forest, Hull and Brighton in recent years.

Bielik, a Poland youth international, also went on loan to Birmingham last January.

Mattias is ESPN FC's Arsenal correspondent. Follow him on Twitter: @MattiasKaren.

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