Man Utd goalkeeper confirms departure from club upon expiry of contract - WSL clubs interested
Manchester United have confirmed another departure from the club.
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Manchester United have confirmed that Lionesses goalkeeper Emily Ramsey has departed the club upon the expiry of her contract.
The 22-year-old goalkeeper enjoyed a successful loan spell at fellow Women's Super League (WSL) club Everton has managed to break into the England set-up towards the end of the campaign until an injury ended her season prematurely.
A statement on the club's official website said: "Manchester United can confirm that goalkeeper Emily Ramsey has departed the football club, following the completion of her contract.
"The England youth international made her United debut in our 3-0 Women’s FA Cup home win over London Bees on 17 February 2019, and has made a total of six first-team appearances in all competitions. The Academy graduate leaves Manchester United with the club’s best wishes for the next stage of her career."
Ramsey becomes the seventh player to have departed the club since the end of last season after it was announced Estelle Cascarino, Jade Moore, Tara Bourne and Aissatou Tounkara had joined Alessia Russo and Ona Batlle in leaving Manchester.
The departure of Ramsey is sure to spark interest from clubs in the WSL with the goalkeeper enjoying such a fruitful season on Merseyside last season. There were murmurs a permanent transfer to the Toffees could happen last January, however, a permanent move never materialised.
Her back-up at Everton, Courtney Brosnan, penned a new deal at Finch Farm last week after she enjoyed a solid end to the season which could add doubt to any move for Ramsey.