Premier League

Arsenal confirm the return of former striker on free transfer

With the signing of a former forward for Arsenal, the team now has more strikers.

Jodie Taylor’s old contract with the San Diego Wave has ended, but the team has announced that she will be coming back under a new deal that will keep her playing for them until the end of this season. The forward joined the team for the first time in 2016 and scored 10 goals in 17 games. This will be her second stint with Arsenal.

When Beth Mead and Vivianne Miedema got injuries that ended their seasons, Arsenal’s boss, Jonas Eidevall, had a big decision to make for the second part of the season. But adding Taylor, who has a lot of experience, will be a big help as the team tries to finish in the top three of the league standings.

The forward, who is 36 years old, played for the England Women’s National Team 51 times and scored 19 goals for her country. She won the UEFA Women’s Champions League with Lyon in 2020. She has done a lot of great things, and one of them is that she scored the most goals at the 2017 UEFA European Women’s Championship.

Taylor talked about how happy he was to be back with the group and how it felt like he had never gone. It’s like a dream come true that I’ll soon be able to go back to the outfit that means so much to me. Since the last time I came here, five years ago, a lot has changed. It’s amazing to see how much the club has changed and grown in that time. I’m so happy to be here, so thank you for inviting me.

The Gunners say that the striker will wear number 27 for the club, and head coach Eidevall said that the team is “really happy to have brought in Jodie to help us until the end of the season.” She has a history of getting goals, and we’re sure that her experience will help the team as a whole in the locker room. This season, we have a lot to fight for, and Jodie will help us a lot as we move towards our goals.

Read More

Taylor might be on Arsenal’s team for the next weekend’s game against Tottenham Hotspur, even though they don’t have a game this weekend. All formal steps must be taken before the deal can go through.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button