#FAWSL / FAWC: Transfer Watch – Summer 2021

Arsenal's new signing, Mana Iwabuchi
Japan’s Mana Iwabuchi joined Arsenal from Aston Villa. (Photo: Yohei Osada via Imago)

Our regularly updated summer transfer window list shows moves involving Barclays FA WSL and FA Women’s Championship players.

LATEST NEWS:

Spurs add Chioma Ubogagu while Lucia Leon leaves for Real Betis, Manchester United sign Martha Thomas, Everton complete transfer of Aurora Galli, Reading recruit Deanne Rose.

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

Remi Allen – Leicester City to Aston Villa
Anna Anvegård – Rosengård to Everton
Freda Ayisi – London City Lionesses to Lewes
Rinsola Babajide – Liverpool to Brighton & Hove Albion (loan)
Sophie Baggaley – Bristol City t0 Manchester United
Kallie Balfour – London City Lionesses to Lewes
Kirsty Barton – Brighton & Hove Albion to Crystal Palace
Molly Bartrip – Reading to Tottenham Hotspur
Emily Batty – Sheffield United to Nottingham Forest
Nathalie Björn – Rosengård to Everton
Hannah Blundell – Chelsea to Manchester United
Gemma Bonner – Manchester City to Racing Louisville
Chantelle Boye-Hlorkah – Everton to Aston Villa
Sophie Bradley-Auckland – unattached to Sheffield United
Courtney Brosnan – West Ham United to Everton
Georgia Brougham – Everton to Leicester City
Lauren Bruton – Reading to Charlton Athletic
Faye Bryson – Bristol City to Reading
Megan Campbell – Manchester City to Liverpool
Danielle Carter – Reading to Brighton & Hove Albion
Cho So-Hyun – West Ham United to Tottenham Hotspur
Jess Clarke – Liverpool to Sheffield United
Maeve Clemaron – Everton to Tottenham Hotspur
Charley Clifford – Charlton Athletic to Crystal Palace
Hannah Coan – Everton to Blackburn Rovers
Leanne Cowan – London City Lionesses to Crystal Palace
Yana Daniels – Bristol City to Liverpool
Kenza Dali – West Ham United to Everton
Izzy Dalton – Brisbane Roar to Lewes
Rianna Dean – Tottenham Hotspur to Liverpool
Chloe Dixon – Sheffield United to Blackburn Rovers
Tyler Dodds – Napoli to Sunderland
Natasha Dowie – AC Milan to Reading
Toni Duggan – Atletico Madrid to Everton

Toni Duggan rejoins Everton
Toni Duggan returns to the WSL with Everton. (Cristiano Mazzi/Sports Press Photo)

Liz Ejuopi – London City Lionesses to Durham
Charlie Estcourt – London Bees to Coventry United
Gemma Evans – Bristol City to Reading
Aimee Everett – Leicester City to Crystal Palace
Sarah Ewens – Celtic to Birmingham City
Millie Farrow – Leicester City to Crystal Palace
Olivia Fergusson – Leicester City to Coventry United
Anna Filbey – Tottenham Hotspur to Charlton Athletic
Mel Filis – London Bees to West Ham United
Charlotte Fleming – Leicester City to London City Lionesses
Emma Follis – Aston Villa to Charlton Athletic
Flo Fyfe – London City Lionesses to Watford
Aurora Galli – Juventus to Everton
Carly Girasoli – Rangers to London City Lionesses
Hannah Godfrey – Tottenham Hotspur to Charlton Athletic
Abbi Grant – Birmingham City to Leicester City
Mollie Green – Birmingham City to Coventry United
Benedicte Håland – Bristol City to Selfoss
Hannah Hampton – Birmingham City to Aston Villa

Hannah Hampton has joined Aston Villa
Hannah Hampton moves across to Aston Villa. (Orlah Malone-Gardner/Sports Press Photo via Imago)

Rio Hardy – Apollon Limassol to Coventry United
Naomi Hartley – Sheffield United to Coventry United
Amelia Hazard – London Bees to Lewes
Megan Hornby – Manchester United to Blackburn Rovers
Carla Humphrey – Bristol City to Liverpool
Mana Iwabuchi – Aston Villa to Arsenal
Angharad James – Reading to NC Courage
Lauren James – Manchester United to Chelsea

Chelsea's new signing, Lauren James
Lauren James adds to Chelsea’s formidable forward line. (Photo: Zac Goodwin via Imago)

Rianna Jarrett – Brighton & Hove Albion to London City Lionesses
Simran Jhamat – Lewes to Bristol City
Tang Jiali – Shanghai Shengali to Tottenham Hotspur
Nat Johnson – Sheffield United to Coventry City
Emma Jones – Lewes to Portsmouth
Emma Kelly – Birmingham City to Sunderland
Juliette Kemppi – London City Lionesses to Växjö DFF
Cherelle Khassal – Crystal Palace to Portsmouth
Leanne Kiernan – West Ham United to Liverpool
Tinja-Riikka Korpela – Everton to Tottenham Hotspur
Ava Kuyken – Florida Gators to Bristol City
Alisha Lehmann – West Ham United to Aston Villa
Jenna Legg – Charlton Athletic to Watford
Kristine Leine – Reading to Rosenborg
Lucia Leon – Tottenham Hotspur to Real Betis
Heidi Logan – Birmingham City to Lewes
Vicky Losada – Barcelona to Manchester City
Chloe McCarron – Birmingham City to Glentoran
Rebecca McKenna – Linfield to Lewes
Abbie McManus – Manchester United to Leicester City
Frida Maanum – Linkopings to Arsenal
Ruby Mace – Arsenal to Manchester City
Jasmine Matthews – Bristol City to Liverpool
Keri Matthews – Sheffield United to Arizona State University
Leonie Maier – Arsenal to Everton
Aoife Mannion – Manchester City to Manchester United
Ellie Mason – London City Lionesses to Lewes
Sarah Mayling – Birmingham City to Aston Villa
Beth Merrick – Coventry United to Wolverhampton Wanderers
Lara Miller – Manchester United Academy to Lewes
Ffion Morgan – Crystal Palace to Bristol City
Emily Murphy – Chelsea to University of North Carolina
Satara Murray – FC Austin Elite to Bristol City
Jamie-Lee Napier – Chelsea to London City Lionesses
Charlotte Newsham – Blackburn Rovers to Sheffield United

Aniek Nouwen to join Chelsea
Chelsea newcomer Aniek Nouwen

Anike Nouwen – PSV Eindhoven to Chelsea
Brooke Nunn – London Bees to London City Lionesses
Chloe O’Connor – Cardiff Met to Bristol City
Nikita Parris – Lyon to Arsenal
Gracie Pearse – Crystal Palace to Tottenham Hotspur (loaned back to Palace)
Jade Pennock – Sheffield United to Birmingham City
Chloe Peplow – Tottenham Hotspur to Reading
Molly Pike – Everton to Leicester City
Charlotte Potts – Hibernian to Sunderland
Ella Powell – Charlton Athletic to Bristol City
Ylenia Priest – London City Lionesses to Watford
Jemma Purfield – Bristol City to Leicester City
Louise Quinn – Fiorentina to Birmingham City
Sophie Quirk – Reading to Charlton Athletic
Laura Rafferty – Brighton & Hove Albion to Southampton FC
Grace Riglar – Leicester City to Coventry United
Vilde Bøe Risa – Sandviken to Manchester United
Georgia Robert – London Bees to Sheffield United
Amy Rodgers – Liverpool to London City Lionesses
Jill Roord – Arsenal to Wolfsburg
Deanne Rose – Florida Gators to Reading
Jane Ross – Manchester United to Rangers
Leeta Rutherford – Crystal Palace to Southampton FC
Ebony Salmon – Bristol City to Racing Louisville
Meaghan Sargeant – Birmingham City to Aston Villa
Molly Sharpe – Durham to Crystal Palace
Khadija Shaw – Bordeaux to Manchester City

Man City' new signing, Khadija Shaw
Manchester City new Jamaican international forward, Khadija Shaw

Jess Sigsworth – Manchester United to Leicester City
Libby Smith – Leicester City to Birmingham City
Mia Smith – Bristol City to Watford
Simone Boye Sorensen – Bayern Munich to Arsenal
Amber-Keegan Stobbs – Crystal Palace to Watford
Abbey-Leigh Stringer – Everton to West Ham United
Elisha Sulola – Tottenham Hotspur to Charlton Athletic
Amelie Thestrup – Liverpool to PSV Eindhoven
Lucy Thomas – London City Lionesses to Coventry United
Martha Thomas – West Ham United to Manchester United
Tyler Toland – Manchester City to Celtic
Amy Turner – Manchester United to Orlando Pride
Chioma Ubogagu – Real Madrid to Tottenham Hotspur
Danielle van de Donk – Arsenal to Lyon
Charlie Wellings – Bristol City to Celtic
Amy West – Aston Villa to Nottingham Forest
Katie Wilkinson – Sheffield United to Coventry United
Georgia Wilson – Bristol City to AaB Kvinder
Zaneta Wyne – Glasgow City to West Ham United
Megan Wynne – Bristol City to Charlton Athletic
Tameka Yallop – Klepp IL to West Ham United

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