Arsenal are one of the busiest clubs so far this transfer season, they have captured two players while they also got Lichtsteiner on free transfer bringing the tally to three new arrivals at the Emirates Stadium ahead of next season.
This time, the Gunners have shifted their attention to their female team as they hope to build the team up with top players ahead of the 2018-19 season.
As part of their rebuilding process, the North London club have confirmed the signing of Germany international and experienced star Tabea Kemme.
Kemme is currently injured and she is expected to stay up to seven months in the recuperating room but that didn’t stop the Gunners ladies from completing a move for her services, knowing full well that she is a ‘beast’ on the field of play whenever she’s physically fit.
Having won UEFA trophy in her successful career, Kemme would be expected to help bring the club to a new level once she returns to full action next year.
The German lady spent 12 years at Turbine Potsdam, where he played 140 matches for the team in all competitions, winning the women’s Champions glory for the first time in her career.
While speaking on her move to the Emirates Stadium, Kemme was filled with gladness. According to her, it is a great opportunity to team-up with the Gunners ladies, a team with lots of quality players; new language; new culture and high reputation.
“It’s a great feeling. I played for 12 years in Potsdam and now I’m ready for the next step, the next challenge, my new adventure here at Arsenal.” she told reporters