Liverpool sign Mia Enderby, 18, from Sheffield United
Liverpool have signed England youth international Mia Enderby from Championship side Sheffield United.
Details including the length of contract and transfer fee paid for the 18-year-old forward, who spent two seasons with the Blades, have not been disclosed.
Enderby has described joining the Women’s Super League club as a “dream come true”.
“Ever since I was young I’ve wanted to play in the WSL,” Enderby said.
“When I used to talk to my mum, I’d say all I wanted to be was a footballer. My dream was to become the best I can be for my club and my country.”
Liverpool manager Matt Beard added: “Mia is a very, very exciting young talent. Obviously with us being in the Championship when she was breaking into the team a couple of years ago at the age of 16, she’s a player we’ve been monitoring.
“She’s definitely a player who will excite the fans, she’s direct, she’s quick and she can score all types of goals.”
Striker gives Rangers fresh hope of signing him as club agree £4m deal
Rangers may not be out of the race yet with BK Hacken striker Benie Traore insisting that he is not yet on the verge of joining Premier League newcomers Sheffield United.
With Sam Lammers, Abdallah Sima and Cyriel Dessers all touching down in Glasgow, casual observes may be forgiven for assuming that Rangers were finished as far as attacking additions are concerned.
But perhaps not.
Antonio Colak could still follow Alfredo Morelos out the door; Rangers open to selling for a fee of £2 million (The Sun). The Croatian’s exit – potentially to a club in the German Bundesliga or Italy’s Serie A – would leave Dessers as the only real centre-forward at Mick Beale’s disposal.
Hence Rangers’ interest in Benie Trao