Barclays WSL & Championship Transfer Watch – Summer 2022

man city's spanish signings
Manchester City signings, Deyna Castellanos and Laia Aleixandria.

Keep track of all the 2022 summer transfer window moves involving Barclays WSL and Women’s Championship players.


Goalkeeper Cecilía Rán Rúnarsdóttir has left Everton to join Bayern Munich.


Player – Old Club – New Club (in alphabetical order)

A to M

Laia Aleixandri – Atletico Madrid to Manchester City
Jonna Andersson – Chelsea to Hammarby
Lucy Ashworth-Clifford – Lewes to Celtic
Bianca Baptiste – Crystal Palace to Watford
Janine Beckie – Manchester City to Portland Thorns
Aggie Beever-Jones – Bristol City to Chelsea (end of loan)
Fran Bentley – Bristol City to Manchester United (end of loan)
Lucy Bronze – Manchester City to Barcelona
Kadeisha Buchanan – Lyon to Chelsea
Signe Bruun – Manchester United to Lyon (end of loan)
Deyna Castellanos – Atletico Madrid to Manchester City
Maéva Clemaron – Tottenham Hotspur to Servette
Esme de Graaf – Leicester City to Feyenoord
Tyler Dodds – Glasgow City to Sunderland
Lisa Evans – Arsenal to West Ham United (previously on loan)

Lisa Evans signs for West Ham
Lisa Evans of West Ham United. (Photo by Jacques Feeney/Getty Images)

Mary Fowler – Montpelier to Manchester City
Jorja Fox – Charlton Athletic to Chelsea (end of loan)
Valerie Gauvin – Everton to NC Courage
Nicki Gears – Durham to Sunderland
Abbi Grant – Leicester City to Glasgow City (previously on loan)
Tobin Heath – Arsenal to OL Reign
Eleanor Heeps – Blackburn Rovers to Tottenham Hotspur (end of loan)
Kathryn Hill – Durham to Rangers
Abby Holmes – Durham to Sunderland
Halle Houssein – Arsenal to West Ham United (previously dual-registered)
Ji So-yun – Chelsea to Suwon
Inessa Kaagman – Brighton & Hove Albion to PSV Eindhoven
Danique Kerkdijk – Brighton & Hove Albion to FC Twente
Ava Kuyken – Bristol City to Hibernian
Poppy Lawson – Manchester United to Hibernian
Leila Lister – Reading to Colorado Buffs
Kim Little – Arsenal to OL Reign (summer loan)
Josie Longhurst – Brighton & Hove Albion to Lewes (previously on loan)
Sandy MacIver- Everton to Manchester City
Meikayla Moore – Liverpool to Glasgow City
Esther Morgan – Leicester City to Tottenham Hotspur (end of loan)

N to Z

Chelsea's new signing, Eve Perisset
Eve Perisset joins Chelsea from Bordeaux. (Peter Sonander/Sports Press Photo)

Emily Orman – Crystal Palace to Chelsea (end of loan)
Leila Ouahabi – Barcelona to Manchester City
Anna Patten – Aston Villa to Arsenal (end of loan)
Gracie Pearse – Crystal Palace to Tottenham Hotspur (end of loan)
Ève Perisset – Bordeaux to Chelsea
Emily Ramsey – Birmingham City to Manchester United (end of loan)
Lisa Robertson – Birmingham City to Celtic (end of loan)
Katie Robinson – Charlton to Brighton & Hove Albion (end of loan)
Katie Rood – Southampton to Hearts
Cecilía Rán Rúnarsdóttir – Everton to Bayern Munich (previously on loan)
Viktoria Schnaderbeck – Tottenham Hotspur to Arsenal (end of loan)
Karna Solskjaer – Manchester United to AaFK Fortuna
Drew Spence – Chelsea to Tottenham Hotspur
Georgia Stanway – Manchester City to Bayern Munich
Jiali Tang – Tottenham Hotspur to Shanghai Shengli
Georgia Timms – Lewes to Hearts
Charlotte Wardlaw – Liverpool to Chelsea (end of loan)
Siobhan Wilson – Crystal Palace to Birmingham City
Jess Ziu – Shelbourne to West Ham United

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