Arsenal Women captain Kim Little has extended her contract with the club. Kim first joined Arsenal as a teenager, winning four league titles and 3 FA Cups, before leaving to join Seattle Reign in the US in 2013.
The Scotland international returned to the club in 2017 and has since added a Conti Cup and captained the Gunners to the league title last season. The 29-year old was voted into the PFA Team of the Season last year. She joins Louise Quinn and Danielle van de Donk in extending her terms this summer.
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— Arsenal Women (@ArsenalWFC) August 5, 2019
“Kim is a true professional on and off the pitch, she has Arsenal in her blood and we are so pleased that she has committed her future to Arsenal,” manager Joe Montemurro told Arsenal.com.
“Kim is a special player, not only due to her talent, but also her leadership, passion and commitment to our club is very important to us.”
Kim added: “It’s great to be a part of this great and to commit my future here. I’m excited for the foreseeable future being here at Arsenal.”