Barclays #FAWSL: 2021/22 winter transfer window watch

Brighton's new signing Julia Zigotti Olme and Emma Kullberg
Julia Zigotti Olme and Emma Kullberg joined Brighton from BK Hacken. (Photo: Paul Hazlewood/ BHAFC)

Keep up to date here with all the Barclays FA Women’s Super League & FAWC transfers in the winter window, which closes on 28 January 2022.

LATEST NEWS: Malin Gut has completed a permanent move from Arsenal to Grasshopper Club Zurich.

Player – Old Club – New Club 

Alsu Abdullina – Lokomotiv Moscow to Chelsea
Rinsola Babajide – Liverpool to Real Betis
Julie Blakstad – Rosenborg to Manchester City
Stina Blackstenius – BK Hacken to Arsenal
Tara Bourne – Manchester United to Blackburn Rovers (loan)
Grace Boyes – Middlesbrough to Sunderland
Signe Bruun – Lyon to Manchester United (loan)
Diane Caldwell – North Carolina Courage to Manchester United
Holly Chandler – Coventry United to Bridgwater United
Amaya Coleman-Evans – Real Oviedo to Blackburn Rovers
Lea Cordier – Brighton & Hove Albion to Lewes (dual registration)
Rachel Corsie – Kansas City Current to Aston Villa
Erica Cunningham – IFK Norrkoping to Blackburn Rovers
Jorja Fox – Chelsea to Charlton Athletic (loan)
Maria Francis-Jones – Manchester City Academy to Blackburn Rovers (dual registration)
Jeon Ga-eul – Reading to Sejong Sportstoto
Evie Gane – Portsmouth to Watford (dual registration)
Teyah Goldie – Arsenal to Watford (dual registration)
Missy Goodwin – Aston Villa to Leicester City
Abbi Grant – Leicester City to Glasgow City (loan)
Freya Gregory – Aston Villa to Leicester City (loan)
Malin Gut – Arsenal to Grasshopper Club Zurich
Natalie Haigh – Aston Villa to Coventry United (loan)
Rio Hardy – Coventry United to Durham
Eleanor Heeps – Tottenham Hotspur to Blackburn Rovers (loan)
Halle Houssein – Arsenal to West Ham United (dual registration)
Emma Kullberg – BK Hacken to Brighton & Hove Albion
Josie Longhurst – Brighton & Hove Albion to Lewes (dual registration)
Naoisha McAloon – Peamount United to Durham
Lara Miller – Lewes to Sheffield United
Emily Moore – UBC Thunderbirds to West Ham United
Jade Moore – Orlando Pride to Manchester United
Elisha N’Dow – Aston Villa to Coventry United (loan)
Saoirse Noonan – Shelbourne to Durham
Julia Zigiotti Olme – BK Hacken to Brighton & Hove Albion
Mia Parry – Blackburn Rovers to Huddersfield Town (loan)
Anna Patten – Arsenal to Aston Villa (loan)
Katie Robinson – Brighton & Hove Albion to Charlton Athletic (loan)
Morgan Rogers – Tottenham Hotspur to Watford (dual registration)
Cecilía Rán Rúnarsdóttir – Everton to Bayern Munich (loan)

Aston Villa loan signing, Jill Scott
Aston Villa have taken Jill Scott on loan from Manchester City. (Photo: Morgan Harlow/Getty Images)

Jill Scott – Manchester City to Aston Villa (loan)
Viktoria Schnaderbeck – Arsenal to Tottenham Hotspur (loan)
Emma Snerle – Fortuna Hjorring to West Ham United
Rafaelle Souza – Changchun Zhuoyue to Arsenal
Katie Stengel – Valerenga to Liverpool
Eveliina Summanen – Kristianstads to Tottenham Hotspur
Carly Telford – Chelsea to San Diego Wave
Sanne Troelsgaard Nielsen – Rosengård to Reading
Shauna Vassell – Stabæk to Watford
Georgia Walters – Liverpool to Sheffield United
Laura Wienroither – Hoffenheim to Arsenal
Luana Zajmi – Leicester City to Blackburn Rovers (loan)

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