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Danielle Carter joined Albion from Reading for an undisclosed fee in July 2021, signing a two-year contract.
The 29-year-old striker has represented England at every age group from under-17s to senior, winning four full caps and scoring six goals.
The Londoner, who can operate anywhere across the front line, won the FA Cup three times during her time with Arsenal, and scored the winning goal in the 2016 final against Chelsea.
She was also part of the Gunners’ title-winning squad in 2011 and has played in the Champions League.
She joined Reading in 2019 after spending 14 months recovering from two knee injuries. She made 25 league and cup appearances and scored four goals for the Royals before heading to Albion.
Five players to leave Albion at the end of the season
Confirmation of departures for Albion's women's team.
Danielle Carter goes back to school to talk about racism
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Williams: We can fix defensive issues
Skipper left frustrated after Liverpool snatched a stoppage-time equaliser on Sunday.
Merricks delighted as Albion return to winning ways
Albion beat West Ham 5-4 to claim second victory of the season in the WSL.