Jordan Nobbs has left Arsenal Women after 12 years to join Aston Villa on a permanent transfer.
The 30-year-old made 270 appearances for Arsenal since joining from Sunderland in 2010, but has struggled for regular starts in recent seasons.
An England international, Nobbs won three Women’s Super League titles, four Women’s FA Cups and five Women’s League Cups during her time in north London.
“Jordan has been a wonderful servant to Arsenal Football Club,” said Arsenal’s Sporting Director Edu Gaspar.
“Over the past 12 years, she has written her name into the Arsenal history books and forged a deep connection with our loyal supporters. We would like to wish Jordan health, happiness and success on and off the pitch in the future – she is a member of the Arsenal family for life.”
Head of Women’s Football Clare Wheatley added: “Jordan has been an integral part of this football club for over a decade and her contribution and achievements are clear to see.
“She embodies what it means to be a Gunner and will go down as a true Arsenal legend. We wish her all the very best in this next chapter and look forward to welcoming her back here as our guest whenever she likes.”
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