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'Malin's going to be one of the best in the world'

Not only is Joe Montemurro taking a fully-fit squad of players to Spain, there will also be some new faces too.

Steph Catley, Malin Gut, Noelle Maritz, and Lydia Williams are all eligible for our Women's Champions League quarter-final against Paris Saint-Germain, and our head coach has been nothing short of impressed by how well they've settled into their new surroundings.

"They're all amazing characters and all amazing professionals," he told Arsenal Media. "I've obviously worked with Steph and Lydia at Melbourne City, so there was a little bit of familiarity coming into the group. 

"They played with Kim Little and Jen Beattie at Melbourne City also, so they've integrated great. Noelle's been playing right up to the end in the German Cup with Wolfsburg, but she's a known player in world football. 

"Young Malin Gut who is, we think, going to be one of the best holding midfielders in if not Europe, then around the world. She's got her first professional contract coming out of Grasshopper Zurich and she's integrated well with the Swiss girls. 

"They've all integrated well and I underpin that with great characters, humble characters and great professionals."

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