Sabrina D’Angelo: Arsenal Women closing in on Canadian keeper as they also seek forwards | Transfer Center News


Arsenal are close to finalizing the signing of Canadian goalkeeper Sabrina D’Angelo on a free transfer.

The 29-year-old will leave Swedish club Vittsjö at the end of the month after four years at the club.

D’Angelo has 12 caps for Canada and was part of the 2016 Olympic team that won gold in Rio.

It is understood that Arsenal are also considering attackers in January following injuries to Vivianne Miedema and Beth Mead.

Both forwards have suffered ACL injuries which have left them sidelined for a long time and doubts for the World Cup this summer in Australia and New Zealand.

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Leah Williamson talks to ‘Inside the WSL’ about her 200 appearances for Arsenal, her journey from academy to captaincy of the Lionesses and talks about her journey with performance anxiety

Arsenal are currently on winter break but resume their Women’s Super League campaign with a top-flight clash against leaders Chelsea on January 15.

The north London club are second behind last season’s champions Chelsea by three points, having played one game less than the Blues.

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