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Arsenal are not expected to offer Brooklyn Beckham a scholarship, Press Association Sport understands.
The 15-year-old, son of former England captain David Beckham, has been playing within the club's Hale End academy set-up, and had his sights set on a two-year scholarship with the Gunners.
However, Press Association Sport understands Arsenal will not be offering terms to Beckham, who plays right midfield and had been called up to the under-18s squad earlier this month.
Beckham is set to remain at Arsenal for the remainder of the campaign, and could well look to continue his career at another club.
Younger brothers Romeo, 12, and Cruz, 10, are also enrolled at Hale End.
Brooklyn Beckham looks to inherited some of his old man's skills on the football pitch.
David Beckham had a unique way of striking a football and after Brooklyn's latest post on Instagram, the video below, you can see they have very similar technique.
Brooklyn, who turns 16 next month, currently plays at Arsenal's academy.
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