Arsenal midfielder Kathrine Kuhl has joined Everton on loan for the remainder of the season.
Kuhl has played 24 games for Arsenal after signing in January 2023, but has been short of game time in 2023/24.
In Friday's press conference, head coach Jonas Eidevall confirmed that he was keen for the 20-year-old to join Everton.
“I think the style of play they have would suit her in-possession abilities a lot. I think her number one thing to work and develop will be decision-making, and in order to do so she will need to be on the ball a lot of times, and I know she will be an important part of what they are trying to build.
“Also, because she has worked with the Everton manager before, I think that’s a really strong indicator for me that he knows her as both a player and as a person, so you can never get assurances in football but I think this is as close as you can get it, that she will get a lot of game time for them.”
Everton manager Brian Sorensen handed Danish midfielder Kuhl her debut for FC Nordsjælland at the age of 16.
Director of Women’s Football Clare Wheatley said: “We’ve been impressed by Kathrine’s development during her time with us so far and this move will provide her with an opportunity to continue her progression in the WSL.
"Kathrine is a wonderful young midfielder and we look forward to seeing her grow over the coming months and as her Arsenal career unfolds.”