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Mary Earps transfer: Manchester United and England goalkeeper to join PSG at end of contract – Sky Sports

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England goalkeeper Mary Earps will leave Manchester United Women at the end of her contract to join PSG; Earps is the third big name to leave United on a free transfer over the last 12 months after Alessia Russo and Ona Batlle both departed last season
Wednesday 26 June 2024 11:44, UK
Mary Earps will leave Manchester United Women at the end of her contract to join Paris Saint-Germain.
Earps has spent the last five years with United but her current deal has been winding down as the summer approached.
United have been in talks with England’s No 1 for two years but have been unable to reach an agreement with the stopper on a new deal.
Earps helped United to win the Women’s FA Cup last season although the club had a disappointing Women’s Super League campaign, finishing fifth.
United turned down a world-record offer for a goalkeeper in women’s football when Arsenal came in for Earps last year.
Earps is the third big name to leave United on a free transfer over the last 12 months after Alessia Russo and Ona Batlle both departed last season.
PSG had initially been interested in signing the 31-year-old England goalkeeper during the January window.
The French side’s interest had been the strongest of the many clubs wanting Earps since she had become available to talk to other teams in January.
The signing represents the start of what promises to be a busy summer at PSG with Griege Mbock also expected to join from rivals Lyon.
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The 2024 summer transfer window in the Premier League and Scottish Premiership is officially open.
The window will close on August 30 at 11pm UK time in England and at 11.30pm in Scotland.
The Premier League and Scottish Premiership brought forward Deadline Day to link up with the other major leagues in Europe. The closing dates were set following discussions with the leagues in England, Germany, Italy, Spain and France.
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