Barclays WSL & Championship Transfer Watch – Winter 2024

Leicester City's new signing, Saori Takarada
Leicester City signed Japan international Saori Takarada from Linkoping. (Peter Sonander/SPP)

Keep track of all the 2024 winter transfer-window moves involving Barclays WSL and Women’s Championship players with our regularly updated list.

The window is open until 11pm GMT on 31 January 2024.


1 – 7 January (including pre-contract deals)

Lois Edwards – Watford to Aberdeen
Katrina Gorry – Vittsjö GIK to West Ham United
Charli Grant – Vittsjö GIK to Tottenham Hotspur
Jacqui Hand – Aland United to Lewes
Mackenzie Hawkesby – Brighton & Hove Albion to Sydney FC
Noelle Maritz – Arsenal to Aston Villa
Kristie Mewis – NY/NJ Gotham to West Ham United
Yuka Momiki – Linköping to Leicester City
Lois Roche – Charlton Athletic to Lewes
Wang Shuang – Racing Louisville to Tottenham Hotspur
Saori Takarada – Linköpings to Leicester City
Matilda Vinberg – Hammarby IF to Tottenham Hotspur
Shae Yanez – San Diego Wave to Bristol City
Shelina Zadorsky – Tottenham Hotspur to West Ham United (on loan)

8 – 14 January

Nathalie Bjorn – Everton to Chelsea
Mel Filis – West Ham United to Charlton Athletic (on loan)
Emily Fox – North Carolina Courage to Arsenal
Kathrine Kuhl – Arsenal to Everton (on loan)
Rikke Madsen – North Carolina Courage to Everton
Gracie Pearse – Tottenham Hotspur to Charlton Athletic (on loan)
Ria Percival – Tottenham Hotspur to Crystal Palace (on loan)
Jesse Woolley – Bristol City to Reading (on loan)

Adobe Womens FA Cup - Arsenal v Watford - Mangata Pay UK Stadium Meadow Park
New signing Emily Fox in action for Arsenal. (Jay Patel / SPP)

15 – 21 January

Julie Blakstad – Manchester City to Hammarby IF
Katie Bradley – UCF Knights to Blackburn Rovers
Olivia McLoughlin – Aston Villa to Rangers (on loan)
Aimee Claypole – Chelsea to Lewes (on loan)
Corinne Henson  – Watford to London City Lionesses
Lois Heuchan – London City Lionesses to Lewes
Safia Middleton-Patel – Manchester United to Watford (dual-registration)
Amanda Nildén – Juventus to Tottenham Hotspur (on loan)
Sarah Stratigakis – Vittsjö GIK to Bristol City

22 – 28 January

Asmita Ale – Tottenham Hotspur to Leicester City (on loan)
Izzy Atkinson – West Ham United to Crystal Palace
Olivia Bramley – Adelaide United to Durham
Deyna Castellanos – Manchester City to Bay FC
Nicole Douglas – Washington Spirit to London City Lionesses
Lisa Evans – West Ham United to Bristol City
Natasha Flint – Liverpool to Celtic (on loan)
Benedicte Haaland – Bristol City to Southampton
Rebecca Holloway – Racing Louisville to Birmingham City
Melina Loeck – Kristianstads DFF to Brighton & Hove Albion
Emilia Pelgander – KIF Orebro to Leicester City
Gio Queiroz – Arsenal to Madrid CFF (on loan)
Mayra Ramirez – Levante to Chelsea
Jessie Stapleton – West Ham United to Reading (on loan)

Barclays Womens Super League - Brighton Hove Albion v Chelsea - Broadfield Stadium
Mayra Ramirez on her Chelsea debut. (Tom Phillips/SPP)

29 January – 2 February

Jade Bailey – unattached to London City Lionesses
Jen Beattie – Arsenal to Bay FC
Laura Blindkilde Brown – Aston Villa to Manchester City
Sarah Bouhaddi – unattached to Arsenal
Cerys Brown – Chelsea to Watford (on loan)
Megan Campbell – Everton to London City Lionesses
Eleanor Dale – Nebraska Huskers to Everton
Comfort Erhabor – Brighton & Hove Albion to Hibernian (on loan)
Chelsea Ferguson – Brighton & Hove Albion to Lewes (on loan)
Keira Flannery – West Ham United to Reading (on loan)
Jessie Fleming – Chelsea to Portland Thorns
Angharad James – Tottenham Hotspur to Seattle Reign
Abbie Larkin – Glasgow City to Crystal Palace
Lotta Lindström – HJK to London City Lionesses
Marika Bergman Lundin – BK Häcken to West Ham United
Danielle Maxwell – Cliftonville to Blackburn Rovers
Kate Mooney – Lewes to Hearts
Tara O’Hanlon – Peamount United to Manchester City
Poppy Pritchard – Durham to Manchester City
Taylor Smith – Gotham FC to Brighton & Hove Albion (on loan)
Katerina Svitkova – Chelsea to Slavia Praha (on loan)
Miri Taylor – Liverpool to Aston Villa (on loan)

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