Alex Greenwood is set to become the fourth England player to line up for women's Champions League holders Olympique Lyonnais after her club, Manchester United, said on Sunday that they had reached an agreement to transfer their captain.
"We have agreed terms with @OLFeminin for the transfer of @AlexGreenwood. A further announcement will be made in due course," the newly promoted Women's Super League side wrote on Twitter.
Some Women's Super League (WSL) matches will be played as "double-headers" with men's Premier League games next season to build on the momentum of the women's World Cup, Kelly Simmons, the FA's director of women's professional football, has said.
Double headers would be tried and there would be a series of standalone games at grounds which host men's teams, Simmons told BBC Radio 5 Live's Sportsweek programme.
LYON, France -- The U.S. women's national soccer team remains atop the sport after winning its second consecutive World Cup. But if American perseverance in 2019 proved anything, it was that 2023 will be even more difficult.
We're still waiting to find out where the world will gather four years from now -- not to mention whether the invite list will be expanded from 24 to 32 teams. In the meantime, here is the outlook for this year's World Cup alums: