wsl transfer news updates and summary in 2024 january

WSL transfer and updates: 2024 January

As this transfer window is about to close, Hana Football has compiled a summary of the transfer activities of WSL teams.


1. Chelsea:

The Chelsea Women's Football team, sitting at the top of the league table, seems determined not to halt their forward momentum. They officially announced the transfer of Colombian forward Mayra Ramírez from Levante, setting a record-breaking price of €450,000 plus €50,000 in potential add-ons, this four-year-and-half deal worth £385,000.

Last weekend, Mayra had only one shooting opportunity in 23 her minutes debut versus Brighton lionesses, but her first goal won’t remained unpromising for long. In her eight appearances for Levante Women's Football this season, the Colombian striker has already scored six goals, with an astonishing shooting accuracy of 73%.

chelsea record breaking transfer news: Mayra Ramirez joined


Additionally, according to the "Wolfsburg Report," Chelsea is intensifying its consideration of acquiring Wolfsburg midfielder Oberdorf. However, the 500,000 euro buyout clause in Obi's contract may pose an obstacle to completing this transfer.

oberdorf's transfer rumor with chelsea


2.  Manchester City

Closely trailing behind Chelsea in the standings, Manchester City has quietly initiated significant moves. They have announced the renewal of a three-year contract with Hasegawa Yui. The Japanese player was nominated the Women's Ballon d'Or and she has firmly held a starting position in Manchester City's midfield over the past two years. Besides, Manchester City Women recently submitted a planning application to the Manchester City Council. They plan to invest £10,000,000 to create a training facility for the first team. The report mentions that this training facility will span up to 17,000 square feet and feature fully equipped gym, tactical analysis spaces, and hydrotherapy areas for player recovery.

man city women renewal members and renovate their facility in the transfer window


3. Arsenal

For the Gunners, they have received a series of good news in the past few weeks. First, Leah's return, then they witnessed Midema, who had recovered from a serious injury for over 430 days, scoring a goal and defeating Liverpool.

leah's recovery is a good news in this transfer window for arsenal midema has recovered and scored for arsenal

In the transfer market, they have signed American right-back Emily Fox to replace Maritz, who left to join Aston Villa. The new gunner has played full-time in both matches since joining the team and has made valuable contributions.

emily fox transfer to arsenal


4. Manchester United

The rumors surrounding the transfer of Mary Earps with Arsenal did not materialize. According to sources, this transfer is very likely to have been canceled. This is good news for Manchester United, who are aiming to challenge for Champions League qualification. 

mary earps won fifa best goal keeper in 2023 and stay in man united for this transfer window

5. Leicester

In this transfer window, Foxes successfully loaned Tottenham Hotspur defender Asmita Ale.
Ale joined Leicester city with loan move
The 22-year-old versatile defender has been playing in top-level leagues for seven years. On the other hand, the team also welcomed Japanese midfielder Yuka Momiki,  27-year-old has made over 200 career appearances.
yuka momiki joined Leicester city in the transfer window

6. West Ham United

At the bottom of the league ( West ham 11th, Bristol 12th ) , hammers Women's team has been quite active in this transfer window. They first signed US international Christie Mewis, Canadian Olympic gold medalist Shelina Zadorsky, and then brought in Australian international Katrina Gorry. At the same time, they also let go of Jessie Staple, Lisa Evans, and Izzy Atkinson. It seems that the Hammers are making every effort to stay in the WSL.
west ham signed katrina gory in this transfer window
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Obi is going to Bayern🥹🥹


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