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Larsen Swaps D1 for WSL

Danish striker Stine Larsen has made the move from Fleury to Aston Villa.

The 24-year-old joins the Midlands side after netting four goals in 12 starts last season.

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Double Contract Delight for Blues

Bethany England and Erin Cuthbert have both penned new deals with Chelsea.

The senior stars have signed new contracts, committing an extra four and three years respectively to the Blues.

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Potential WSL Return for Emslie

Former Manchester City ace Claire Emslie could be set for a return to England.

According to Loïc Tanzi, the Scotland international is to join Everton on a six-month loan from Orlando Pride following the conclusion of the season.

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Aston Villa Add Another German to the Team

Former Essen and Bayer Leverkusen midfielder Ramona Petzelberger joins up with Villa ahead of next season.

With seven league goals to her name in the last two seasons, Petzelberger will need to help fill the gap left by Mel Johnson’s departure.

Villa manager, Gemma Davies said: “She is a very technical player, who likes to play between the lines and make key passes that unlocks defences.”

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Villa Sign German Youth International

Caroline Siems becomes the latest addition to Gemma Davies’ Aston Villa squad ahead of their first season in the WSL.

The 21-year-old fullback signs from Turbine Potsdam. She made 15 league appearances last season as they finished fourth in the Bundesliga.

An attacking-minded fullback, Siems will be looking to add an extra dimension to Villa’s attack next season.

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Spurs Sign New No.1

Tottenham Hotspur have announced the signing of Norway international Aurora Mikalsen.

The 24-year-old will become the club’s new No.1, penning a deal until 2021.

Mikalsen has previously represented Manchester United and has caps for Norway across every age group, including senior level.

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Everton Ready to Splash €100k on France International

According to L’Equipe, the Toffees are eyeing up a move for striker Valérie Gauvin.

The club are willing to pay €100,000 (£89,400) for the 24-year-old’s services. Everton could be looking to find their Chloe Kelly replacement.

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Brighton Welcome Man City Forward on Loan

South Korea international Lee Geum-min has signed a year-long loan deal with the Seagulls.

The 26-year-old made just eight appearances in her maiden season for Manchester City. Geum-min now ventures off in search for regular game time on the south coast.

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Rachel Williams Signs for Spurs

Tottenham welcome newest recruit and veteran of the game Rachel Williams after she left Birmingham earlier this month.

The 32-year-old has signed until 2021, with the option to extend for a further year.

Williams boasts 13 senior England caps and represented Team GB at the 2012 Olympics.

“I think Spurs can be a real threat next season and I want to achieve as much as possible with the team,” she told the club.

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Hammers Welcome Fifth Summer Recruit

West Ham have added another signing through the door through 18-year-old Nor Mustafa.

The youngster joins the Irons from Eskilstuna United and brings bags of potential to West London.

“This is a very big move for me. I am very honoured and proud to be representing West Ham, who are such a great club with a very big history,” Mustafa said in her unveiling.

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Villa Poach Lyon Shot-stopper

Gemma Davies welcomes her fourth signing of the summer window as Lisa Weiß joins from D1 champions Olympique Lyonnais.

The 32-year-old joins the Villains after two years in France.

“Lisa was keen to take on a new challenge and we’re hoping she can help us as we embark on our first season in the FA Women’s Super League,” Davies told