Barclays WSL & Championship Transfer Watch – Winter 2022/23

Arsenal's new signing, Victoria Pelova
Arsenal’s new signing from Ajax, Victoria Pelova. (Liam Asman/SPP)

Keep track of all the January 2023 transfer window moves involving Barclays WSL and Women’s Championship players.


Sunderland sign midfielder Brenna McPartlan following her time at Louisiana State University.


Player – Old Club – New Club (alphabetical order)

Tinaya Alexander – Montpellier to Reading
Kirsty Barton – Crystal Palace to Lewes
Guro Bergsvand – SK Brann to Brighton
Gemma Bonner – Racing Louisville to Liverpool
Megan Borthwick – Durham to Sunderland
Kyra Carusa – HB Koge to London City Lionesses
Estelle Cascarino – Paris Saint-Germain to Manchester United (loan)
Grace Clinton – Manchester United to Bristol City (loan)
Shannon Cooke – LSU Tigers to West Ham
Sabrina D’Angelo – Vittsjo GIK to Arsenal
Natasha Dowie – Reading to Liverpool (loan)
Georgia Eaton-Collins – UCF Knights to Leicester City
Beth England – Chelsea to Tottenham Hotspur
Natasha Flint – Leicester City to Celtic (loan)
Rachel Furness – Liverpool to Bristol City
GraceGarrad – West Ham to Stabæk
Isobel Goodwin – Aston Villa to Coventry United
Mollie Green – Birmingham City to Coventry United (loan)
Maika Hamano – INAC Kobe Leonessa to Chelsea
Maika Hamano – Chelsea to Hammarby IF (loan)
Alex Hennessy – West Ham to Charlton Athletic
Beth Howard – Bridgwater United to Southampton
Annie Hutchings – Manchester City to Blackburn Rovers (dual registration)
Mana Iwabuchi – Arsenal to Tottenham Hotspur (loan)
Ellen Jones – Leicester City to Coventry United (loan)
Khiara Keating – Manchester City to Coventry United (loan)
Mayi Kith – Kristianstads to Reading
Katherine Kuhl – Nordsjælland to Arsenal
Thea Kyvåg – West Ham United to LSK Kvinner
Janina Leitzig – Bayern Munich to Leicester City (loan)
Vicky Losada – Manchester City to AS Roma
Sofie Lundgaard – Fortuna Hjorring to Liverpool
Olivia McLoughlin – Aston Villa to Birmingham City (loan)
Brenna McPartlan – Louisiana State University to Sunderland
Ruby Mace – Manchester City to Leicester City (loan)
Jade Moore – Manchester United to Reading (loan)
Esther Morgan – Tottenham Hotspur to Sunderland (loan)
Aqsa Mushtaq – Ergotelis to Lewes
Lisa Naalsund – SK Brann to Manchester United

Man Utd new signing, Lisa Fjeldstad Naalsund (14 NOR)
Lisa Naalsund in action for Norway. (Mia Eriksson/SPP)

Fuka Nagano – North Carolina Courage to Liverpool
Courtney Nevin – Hammarby to Leicester City (loan)
Rachel Newborough – unattached to Coventry United
Jordan Nobbs – Arsenal to Aston Villa
Aniek Nouwen – Chelsea to AC Milan (loan)
Gracie Pearse – Tottenham Hotspur to Bristol City (loan)
Victoria Pelova – Ajax to Arsenal
Chloe Peplow – Reading to Southampton (loan)
Valentine Pursey – Gillingham to Lewes
Rio Quieroz – Everton to Arsenal (recalled from loan)
Jayde Riviere – AFC Ann Arbor to Manchester United
Eleanor Ryan-Doyle – Birmingham City to Coventry United (loan)
Connie Scofield – Leicester City to Coventry United (loan)
Remy Siemsen – Sydney FC to Leicester City
Lucy Staniforth – Manchester United to Aston Villa
Dejana Stefanovic – Valerenga to Brighton
Fran Stenson – Arsenal to Sheffield United (loan)
Miri Taylor – Angel City to Liverpool
Amalie Thestrup – PSV Eindhoven to West Ham (loan)
Amber Tysiak – OH Leuven to West Ham
Brianna Visalli – Houston Dash to Brighton
Claudia Walker – West Ham to Birmingham City
Charlotte Wardlaw – Chelsea to Lewes (loan)
Kenzie Weir – Everton to Lewes (loan)
Clare Wheeler – Fortuna Hjorring to Everton (loan made permanent)
Lucy Whipp – unattached to Coventry United
Lydia Williams – Paris St-Germain to Brighton

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