PSG Targets Manchester United’s goalkeeper Mary Earps

Starlyon King
By Starlyon King
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PSG Targets Manchester United's goalkeeper Mary Earps
Mary Earps to PSG

Mary Earps’ contract at Leigh Sports Village is set to conclude at the end of the current campaign, and she has not yet finalized a new agreement.

With just six months left on her contract, the English international is now open to discussions with clubs beyond the Women’s Super League.

Despite being named BBC Sports Personality of the Year last month, Mary Earps faced disappointment as her anticipated move to Arsenal fell through during the summer.

Arsenal’s world-record bid for the goalkeeper was ultimately rejected by Manchester United.

Assessing Manchester United’s Decision on Mary Earps

Mary Earps, entering the final six months of her contract, hasn’t signaled an interest in renewing with Manchester United. This leaves the club facing the potential loss of the goalkeeper on a free transfer this summer.

PSG’s strong interest in Earps raises the possibility of a January transfer, but the fee may not be substantial. United declined a world-record bid from Arsenal in the summer, a decision that now poses a risk of losing a key player without financial gain.

Speculation surrounds United’s reluctance to sell Earps in the summer, possibly linked to concerns about strengthening rivals. This decision may result in another significant player departing the club without compensation.

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