What does the future maintain for some of the WSL-based Lionesses who led England to Euro glory over the summer time? Sky Sports takes a glance…
Alessia Russo (Man Utd)
Russo’s contract is up at the finish of this season and after a summer time of startling type, she’s develop into one of the most in-demand strikers on the planet.
Even earlier than her goal-scoring cameos at Euro 2022, Russo was well-known in The States after impressing throughout her spell in school soccer at North Carolina.
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One of the massive duties awaiting Manchester United’s soon-to-be-announced new Head of Women’s Football Polly Bancroft will likely be placing collectively a package deal that persuades the ahead to remain.
Top golf equipment in Europe and USA will likely be circulating if she will be able to’t.
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Nikita Parris (Arsenal)
Nikita Parris is ready for a transfer to Man Utd
One Lioness who’s going to be on the transfer this summer time is Nikita Parris.
A transfer from Arsenal to Manchester United has been all however accomplished, and affirmation is anticipated in the subsequent few days.
Parris solely scored one WSL aim final season after arriving from Lyon. A transfer again to the North West for the former Everton and Man City ahead could also be the catalyst she wants to point out the type that made her Football Writer’s Player of the Year three years in the past.
Keira Walsh, Ellen White & Alex Greenwood (Man City)
Keira Walsh was key throughout England's Euros marketing campaign
Walsh’s participant of the match efficiency in the Euros last confirmed what many thought for some time; she’s one of the finest midfielders in Europe.
Walsh, like Russo, is in the final yr of her contract and curiosity is excessive.
Lyon have been long-time admirers of the 25-year-old, who as soon as handed in a transfer request after curiosity from the European champions just a few years in the past.
Georgia Stanway, Lucy Bronze, Caroline Weir and Jill Scott have already left Man City this season however the membership will likely be determined to verify Walsh stays.
Alex Greenwood (r) is in the last yr of her contract at Man City
Ellen White and Alex Greenwood are additionally in the final season of their contracts so what City do subsequent will likely be fascinating.
Beth Mead (Arsenal)
England ahead Beth Mead’s accolades proceed to develop, in addition to profitable the Euros, she was named the match’s finest participant after profitable the Golden Boot award
The 27-year-old arrived at Arsenal from Sunderland in January 2017 and signed an undisclosed ‘long-term’ contract with the WSL membership in 2019. When Mead’s deal does come to an finish, she will likely be extremely wanted throughout the WSL and Europe.
Jill Scott (free agent)
Jill Scott understandably did not wish to discuss her personal future after profitable at Wembley on Sunday however when the relaxation of the England squad return to membership coaching in 10 days, what’s going to Scott be as much as?
The 161-cap veteran is out of contract after leaving Manchester City and the curiosity in her is big, with as many as half a dozen WSL golf equipment displaying curiosity.
Will Scott determine her final exercise on a pitch as a professional must be lifting the Euros trophy, or will she be tempted to push for a spot at subsequent yr’s World Cup?
Mary Earps (Man Utd)
Named in the Euro 2022 Team of the Tournament, Earps has had the good begin as England’s new first-choice ‘keeper.
Earps will likely be in excessive demand after she maintained an ideal defensive report all through the group and made a quantity of essential saves in the latter phases of the match.
The 29-year-old England worldwide’s contract with Manchester United is because of finish in June 2023 however has the possibility of one additional yr with the membership.
Hannah Hampton (Aston Villa)
England’s youngest participant at the Euros can be seen as one of the high goalkeeping prospects in Europe.
Another participant getting into the last yr of her present deal, Hampton’s proved she has the potential, approach and character to play at the highest stage.
All of the anticipated Champions League-chasing golf equipment in WSL have a longtime No 1, however there will likely be appreciable curiosity if Hampton turns into a free agent subsequent summer time.
Demi Stokes (Man City)
England defender Demi Stokes has been an integral member of the England staff for a quantity of years. Though she did not play any minutes in Euro 2022, the left-back has been a trusted possibility for Sarina Wiegman.
Stokes has been with Manchester City since 2015, however her present deal has one yr to run on it.
The opening weekend WSL video games
Here’s the first spherical of fixtures for the 2022/23 Women’s Super League season. All video games 2pm kick-off on Sunday September 11 until acknowledged:
Tottenham vs Manchester United, Saturday September 10 – stay on Sky Sports; kick off at 12.30pm
Chelsea vs West Ham – 12.30pm, Sunday September 11
Everton vs Leicester City – 1pm, Sunday September 11
Brighton vs Aston Villa
Reading vs Liverpool
Manchester City vs Arsenal, September 11 – stay on Sky Sports; kick off at 7pm
Your membership’s Women’s Super League fixture checklist
Key dates for the 2022/23 season
- Barclays Women’s Championship opening weekend: August 20/21, 2022
- Barclays Women’s Super League opening weekend: September 10/11, 2022
- FA Women’s Continental League Cup last: March 4/5, 2023
- Barclays Women’s Championship last weekend: April 29/30, 2023
- Vitality Women’s FA Cup last: May 14, 2023
- Barclays Women’s Super League last weekend: May 27/28, 2023