Manchester City have announced that Georgia Stanway has signed a three-year contract extension, keeping her at the club until 2022.
Lifting the Continental Cup in February represented Stanway’s fourth piece of club silverware since she first signed in 2015, while this season also brought a goal-scoring debut for the England senior squad.
On signing her contract extension, Stanway told CityTV:
“I’ve been here four years already and I’ve loved every single minute. To be here to stay is such a massive achievement and I can’t wait to get going again. This is where I feel at home and this is where the majority of my development has happened and how I am the player I am today. I’m in the best possible position to move forward and I’m happy here.
“To sign my first contract at 18 was enough, but to be staying for even longer is even better and I’m just looking forward to the future.”
Nick Cushing, Manager of Manchester City’s women’s team, added:
“We’re delighted that Georgia has signed a new contract and will continue to be an integral part of the City family. Georgia has shown her potential as a player, but more importantly she has shown that she has the drive and determination to keep improving. We know as long as she keeps working hard, the way she has been, the sky is the limit in terms of her ability.”