Arsenal has officially announced that goalkeeper Karl Hein has signed a new contract with the club. The Gunners shared the news on their website Monday evening.

“We’re delighted to confirm Karl Hein has signed a new contract with the club,” read part of Arsenal’s statement.

Hein joined Arsenal in 2018 from Nõmme United, debuting at age 16. The Estonia international began his Arsenal career as a scholar and turned professional the following year.


Hein made his first appearance in the first-team squad during a Europa League match and spent the latter half of the 2021/22 season on loan at Championship side Reading.

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“I’m delighted to extend my contract and continue my journey at this amazing club after six years,” Hein commented upon signing the new deal.