, the NWSL's all-time leading scorer with 32 goals in her three seasons with Seattle, is leaving the Reign to return to England, where she signed a multi-year contract with Arsenal
The 26-year-old Little, who previously spent six seasons with Arsenal Ladies, was the NWSL MVP in 2014 when she led the NWSL with 16 goals. She led the league in assists in 2015
The Scotland international was the Super League’s top scorer in 2012 and the first-ever PFA Women’s Player of the Year in 2013.
“Kim is one of
the outstanding talents in the women’s game," said Arsenal Ladies manager Pedro Martinez Losa
, "and we are so pleased that she will be re-joining us. She has proven that she can create
and score goals at the highest level time and time again, and she will be a fantastic asset to our team as we prepare to challenge for the top honors in 2017.”
Little will join
Arsenal Ladies when the English transfer window reopens in January.