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Hayley Raso Extends Her Stay With Everton

Australia international Hayley Raso has penned a new one-year deal with the Toffees despite not yet featuring for the Merseyside club.

The striker’s Everton debut was interrupted due to injury and COVID-19. Raso initially signed in January and fans will undoubtedly be eagerly waiting to watch her in blue.

The 25-year-old has admitted Everton icon Tim Cahill inspired her to make the move.

“He didn’t take much to sell the club to me, just telling me about the environment, about the team, about the facilities, about the staff, about the players and it was easy for me to know that’s where I would fit in to,” Raso told the Liverpool ECHO.


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Previously Announced Arsenal Transfers

Steph Catley: A 26-year-old left-back and Australia international.

Malin Gut: A 19-year-old midfielder and Swiss international.


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Previously Announced Aston Villa Transfers

Chloe Arthur: A 25-year-old midfielder and Scotland international. [Read More]

Freya Gregory: A 17-year-old Birmingham City academy graduate.


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Previously Announced Brighton Transfers

Katie Startup: A 21-year-old Goalkeeper signed from Charlton.


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Previously Announced Bristol City Transfers

Ella Mastrantonio: A 28-year-old midfielder and Australia international.

Aimee Palmer: 19-year-old midfielder previously with Man United.


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Previously Announced Chelsea Transfers

Niamh Charles: A 21-year-old forward and England international. [Read More]

Melanie Leupolz: A 26-year-old midfielder and German international. [Read More]


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Previously Announced Manchester City Transfers

Alex Greenwood: A 26-year-old left-back and England international. [Read More]

Lucy Bronze: A 28-year-old right-back and England international. [Read More]

Chloe Kelly: A 22-year-old forward and England international. [Read More]