On Thursday, Arsenal confirmed that Austrian centrehalf, Viktoria Schnaderbeck will spend the rest of the season on loan with Spurs.
The 31-year-old signed for Arsenal from Bayern Munich in 2018 and found her time at the club interrupted by knee injuries, one of which kept her out for 10 months.
Schnaderbeck has made just one appearance for Arsenal this season.
As for Malin Gut, Arsenal have confirmed that she has signed for Grasshoppers Club in Switzerland, who already registered her as a player before the Arsenal announcement.
Out since May with an ACL injury, it was expected that Gut would leave the club last summer, but her injury stopped that from happening.
BREAKING NEWS – Grasshoppers Club in Switzerland have registered Arsenal Midfielder Malin Gut to play for them. This indicates a transfer, whether on loan or permanent, we don’t know. pic.twitter.com/3dSoMlbkkp
— Abseits (@abseitsch) January 27, 2022
Gut has rehabbed in her homeland and must have shown enough progress to give Grasshoppers the confidence to sign her.
It’s not clear at this point if a transfer fee is involved.