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4 months after being without a club, Irish international Quinn signs new deal at Arsenal

The 27-year-old centre-back from Blessington County Wicklow had faced an uncertain future.

IRELAND INTERNATIONAL LOUISE Quinn has signed a new contract at Arsenal, it has been confirmed.

Quinn tweeted the news this evening, writing: “Very happy to announce I have signed a new contract with @ArsenalWFC for 2017/18! Bring on a new season with new goals and good football!”

It completes an excellent couple of months for Quinn, after she was left without a club as recently as last April when the Notts County ladies team folded.

The 27-year-old centre-back from Blessington County Wicklow joined the Gunners on a short-term deal after the Notts County debacle, but was left facing an uncertain future after her initial contract at the club expired.

However, the former Peamount United player, who has 47 Ireland caps, has impressed enough in her short time at the club to earn a new deal.

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