Arsenal Women have confirmed the signing of goalkeeper Kaylan Marckese on a everlasting deal from Denmark’s HB Koge.
Marckese performed twice towards the Gunners in final season’s Women’s Champions League and saved a penalty in certainly one of the video games.
She will present competitors for present primary Manuela Zinsberger.
“I don’t think it’s really decided yet, but it’s like a dream come true,” Marckese stated.
“[Arsenal] want me to carry arms and play on that pitch every day and walk into this facility every day wearing that badge and representing the club and it just elevates it to a whole other level of just being an absolute privilege to be in north London.”
Head coach Jonas Eidevall added: “Kaylan is a superb goalkeeper who will deliver actual high quality to our squad. Her performances during the last two years in Denmark present she is prepared for the problem of enjoying in England and we really feel Arsenal is the appropriate place for her to kick on. We welcome Kaylan to the membership and look ahead to working collectively this season.”
Head of Women’s Football Clare Wheatley stated: “We are delighted to have secured the signing of Kaylan. She has built up a strong experience of European football over the past few years and will bring extra quality and competition to our squad ahead of the new season. We everyone is looking forward to seeing her in an Arsenal shirt soon.”
Marckese started her profession within the United States earlier than spending a 12 months in Iceland’s Selfoss.