Arsenal have officially terminated Henrikh Mkhitaryan’s contract ‘to allow him to join’ Roma ahead of 2020-21.
Arsenal announced the departure of the Armenia international on a free transfer, after having spent last season on loan in the Italian capital.
The Gunners have agreed to terminate the forward’s contract and the former Manchester United man will join the Giallorossi.
“Micki leaves us following his season-long loan in Italy. We have agreed to terminate his contract with us by mutual consent to allow him to join Roma in a permanent move,” Arsenal wrote in a statement.
Mkhitaryan played 27 competitive games for Roma last season and scored nine times in the process.