#FAWSL & #FAWC Transfer Watch – Summer 2019

Ellen White to join Manchester City on a two year deal

Here’s where to keep up to date with all the moves among the FA WSL and FA Women’s Championship sides, with deadline day set for 5 August.

This week’s moves so far feature ex-Chelsea keeper Hedvig Lindahl moving to Wolfsburg, Ali Riley leaving Chelsea for Bayern Munich, Angharad James joining Reading, Durham signing a former teammate of Vivianne Miedema and Ebony Salmon switching to Bristol City from Manchester United.

Player – Old Club – New Club

Iris Achterhof – Old Dominion University to Durham
Aja Aguirre – Aston Villa to Nottingham Forest
Becky Anderson – unattached to Coventry United
Rosie Axten – Leicester City WFC to Coventry United
Rosella Ayane – Bristol City to Tottenham Hotspur
Jade Bailey – Chelsea to Liverpool
Paige Bailey-Gayle – Arsenal to Leicester City Women
Jodie Bartle – Loughborough Foxes to Coventry United
Jennifer Beattie – Manchester City to Arsenal
Megan Bell – Linfield to Durham
Annabel Blanchard – Liverpool to Leicester City WFC
Dominique Bloodworth – Arsenal to Wolfsburg
Rebecca Carter – Lewes to Crawley Wasps
Riva Casley – Millwall Lionesses to Charlton Athletic
Lia Cataldo – Millwall Lionesses to Leicester City WFC
Maeva Clemaron – FC Fleury 91 to Everton
Rhian Cleverly – Le Havre to Lewes
Laura Coombs – Liverpool to Manchester City
Yana Daniels – Liverpool to Bristol City
Gemma Davison – Reading to Tottenham Hotspur
Mary Earps – Wolfsburg to Manchester United
Claire Emslie – Manchester City to Orlando Pride
Georgia Evans – Yeovil Town to Charlton Athleitc
Aimee Everett – Liverpool to Leicester City WFC
Marissa Ewers – Birmingham City to Aston Villa
Olivia Fergusson – Yeovil Town to Sheffield United
Matilde Fidalgo – SC Braga to Manchester City
Ella Franklin-Fraiture – Leicester City WFC to Aston Villa
Lucy Gillett – Brighton & Hove Albion to Crystal Palace
Ellie Gilliatt – Sheffield United to Derby County
Amy Goddard – Yeovil Town to Crystal Palace
Jaime Gotch – Reading Academy to Charlton Athletic
Lucy Graham – Bristol City to Everton
Abbi Grant – Anderlecht to Birmingham City
Jackie Groenen – 1. FFC Frankfurt to Manchester United

Jackie Groenen celebrates scoring the winner in the FIFA Women s World Cup semi-final. (PA Images)

Naomi Hartley – Manchester United to Sheffield United
Caitlin Hayes – Barcelona FA to Lewes
Lois Heuchan – Le Havre to Charlton Athletic
Marie Hourihan – Brighton & Hove Albion to SC Braga
Angharad James – Everton to Reading
Becky Jane – Reading to Liverpool
Melissa Johnson – Leicester City WFC to Aston Villa
Sian Johnson – Leicester City WFC to Coventry United
Emily Jones – Everton to Lewes
Emma Jones – Cardiff City LFC to Lewes
Danique Kerkdijk – Bristol City to Brighton & Hove Albion
Cherelle Khassal – Chichester City to Crystal Palace
Tinja-Riikka Korpela – Valerenga to Everton
Ava Kuyken – Arsenal to Florida Gators
Hayley Ladd – Birmingham City to Manchester United
Melissa Lawley – Manchester City to Liverpool
Ellie Leek – Le Havre to Charlton Athletic
Kristine Bjørdal Leine – Røa to Reading
Hedvig Lindahl – Chelsea to Wolfsburg
Leandra Little – Liverpool to Sheffield United
Sherry McCue – Leicester City WFC to Derby County
Abbie McManus – Manchester City to Manchester United
Leonie Maier – Bayern Munich to Arsenal
Aoife Mannion – Birmingham City to Manchester City
Jasmine Matthews – Liverpool to Bristol City
Keri Matthews – York City RTC to Sheffield United
Katy Morris – Chorley to Coventry United
Ellie Noble – Oxford United to Lewes
Charlotte Owen – Lewes to Crawley Wasps
Nikita Parris – Manchester City to Lyon

Nikita Parris joins former Man City teammate Lucy Bronze at Lyon. (Photo: Jed Leicester for The FA)

Lachante Paul – Arsenal to Leicester City WFC
Chloe Peplow – Brighton & Hove Albion to Tottenham Hotspur
Ria Percival – West Ham United to Tottenham Hotspur
Maddie Phillips – Chelsea Academy to Charlton Athletic
Molly Pike – Chelsea to Everton
Ella Powell – Georgia State University to Lewes
Lucy Quinn – Birmingham City to Tottenham Hotspur
Guro Reiten – Lillestrom SK to Chelsea
Grace Riglar – Bristol City to Leicester City WFC
Ali Riley – Chelsea to Bayern Munich
Jill Roord – Bayern Munich to Arsenal
Jane Ross – West Ham United to Manchester United
Leeta Rutherford – Lewes to Crystal Palace
Ebony Salmon – Manchester United to Bristol City
Meaghan Sargent – Birmingham City to Bristol City
Molly Sharpe – Barry University to Durham
Matilde Skovsen – VSK Aarhus to Brighton & Hove Albion
Erin Smith – Leafield Athletic to Coventry United
Becky Spencer – West Ham United to Tottenham Hotspur
Emily Syme – Yeovil Town to Aston Villa
Martha Thomas – Le Havre to West Ham United
Kika van Es – Ajax to Everton
Laura Vetterlein – SC Sand to West Ham United
Claudia Walker – Everton to Birmingham City
Megan Walsh – Yeovil Town to Brighton & Hove Albion
Charlie Wellings – Birmingham City to Bristol City
Ellen White – Birmingham City to Manchester City
Katie Wilkinson – London Bees to Sheffield United
Siri Worm – Everton to Tottenham Hotspur
Manuela Zinsberger – Bayern Munich to Arsenal