#FAWSL: Winter transfer window watch

Aston Villa's new signing, Mana Iweabuchi
A World Cup winner with Japan, Mana Iwabuchi has joined Aston Villa. (PA Images)

Keep up to date with all the Barclays FA Women’s Super League transfers in the winter window, which closes on 28 January 2021.

LATEST NEWS: West Ham have signed Icelandic international midfielder Dagný Brynjarsdóttir.

Player – Old Club – New Club 

Lucy Ashworth-Clifford – Lamar University to Lewes
Kirsty Barton – Brighton & Hove Albion to Crystal Palace (loan)
Annabel Blanchard – Leicester City to Blackburn Rovers
Dee Bradley – Old Dominion University to Durham
Dagný Brynjarsdóttir – Selfloss to West Ham United
Cho So-hyun – West Ham United to Tottenham Hotspur (loan)
Rachel Corsie – Birmingham City to Kansas City (end of loan)
Zoe Cross – University of Missouri to Lewes
Mia Cruickshank – West Ham United to London Bees (loan)
Abby Dahlkemper – North Carolina Courage to Manchester City
Rachel Daly – West Ham United to Houston Dash (end of loan)
Emily Donovan – Lewes to London Bees
Angie Dunbar-Bonnie – West Ham United to Charlton Athletic (loan)
Emily van Egmond – Orlando Pride to West Ham United (loan deal made permanent)
Damaris Egurrola – Everton to Lyon

Damaris Egurrola
Lyon signed Everton’s Spanish international Damaris Egurrola for a six-figure fee. (PA Images)

Claire Emslie – Orlando Pride to Everton (loan deal made permanent)
Charlotte Fleming – Chelsea to Leicester City
Katie Godden – Arsenal to Charlton Athletic
Ruby Grant – West Ham United to University of North Carolina
Sophie Harris – Watford to Leicester City
Ceri Holland – University of Kansas Jayhawks to Liverpool
Mana Iwabuchi  – INAC Kobe to Aston Villa
Alanna Kennedy – Orlando Pride to Tottenham Hotspur (loan deal made permanent)
Alisha Lehmann – West Ham United to Everton (loan)
Ruesha Littlejohn – Leicester City to Birmingham City
Lexi Lloyd-Smith – Chelsea to Charlton Athletic
Chloe Logarzo – Bristol City to Kansas City
Abbie McManus – Manchester United to Tottenham Hotspur
Alex Morgan  – Tottenham Hotspur to Orlando Pride (end of loan)
Zecira Musovic  – FC Rosengard to Chelsea

Chelsea's new signing Zećira Muśović
Zecira Musovic (left) during in a Sweden training camp. (PA Images)

Lotta Ökvist – Manchester United to Göteborg
Denise O’Sullivan – Brighton & Hove Albion to North Carolina Courage (end of loan)
Anna Patten – Florida State University to Arsenal
Molly Pike – Everton to Bristol City (loan)
Emma Plewa – Crawley Wasps to Charlton Athletic
Sophie Quirk – Reading to London Bees (loan)
Rebecca Rayner – Nottingham Forest to Sheffield United
Beth Roe – Charlton Athletic to Brighton & Hove Albion (recalled from loan)
Ocean Rolandsen – Watford to Sheffield United (dual registration)
Mollie Rouse – UCF Knights to Lewes
Vyan Sampson – West Ham United to Charlton Athletic (loan)
Veatriki Sarri – Sheffield United to Birmingham City
Jill Scott – Manchester City to Everton (on loan)

Everton's lean signing Jill Scott
Manchester City’s Jill Scott re-joins Everton on loan. (PA Images)

Kiera Skeels – Reading to Bristol City (loan)
Georgia Stevens – Thor/KA to Coventry United
Elisha Sulola – Tottenham Hotspur to Charlton Athletic (loan)
Maria Thorisdottir – Chelsea to Manchester United
Destiney Toussaint – Birmingham City to Coventry United
Ini Umotong – Växjö DFF to Lewes
Sophie Whitehouse – Tottenham Hotspur to Birmingham City
Nina Wilson -Fjardabyggd/Höttur/Leiknir to London City Lionesses
Shelina Zadorsky – Orlando Pride to Tottenham Hotspur (loan deal made permanent)

World Cup winning defender Abby Dahlkemper joins Man City Women

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