Lianne Sanderson has left Arsenal on her return to the country after a successful World Cup, just eight months after returning for a second spell at the club.
The England forward was largely a squad member for Mark Sampson’s side out in Canada for the Women’s World Cup and the 27 year old has decided to move on, though her next destination is as yet unknown.
Sanderson played six games for manager Pedro Martinez Losa this season and Arsenal currently sit second in the table to league leaders Chelsea in the WSL. In Sanderson’s first spell at the club, she won five title’s as well as winning the FA Cup four times.
Sanderson left to join Chelsea in 2008 before spending some time in the United States playing in Boston, Washington and Philadelphia before returning to the Gunners in November 2014.