George Hunt became the first ever player to move to Arsenal from north London rivals Tottenham Hotspur when George Allison signed him for £7,500.
A striker, Hunt had been prolific during his time at Spurs, scoring more than 100 goals for the club and making his England debut before joining Arsenal in 1937.
|Arsenal Career||1937 - 1938|
|Appearances||21 (21 starts, 0 as a sub)|
Hunt played 18 times for Arsenal, scoring three goals and helping the team to the Division One championship in the 1937/38 season. He moved to Bolton Wanderers for a fee of £4,000 in March 1938 and went on to play for Sheffield Wednesday.
After hanging up his boots, Hunt returned to Bolton as a coach.