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22 August 2023

Laurent, Samoura, Kim… the Sud Ladies Cup graduates animate the transfer market

The 2023 summer transfer window is in full swing. Several Sud Ladies Cup graduates have been involved in the different moves registered all around the world over the last weeks. Recap.

The beginning of the summer has been the opportunity to notice several transfer moves involving Sud Ladies Cup graduates. We think about the signing of Mylène Chavas with Real Madrid as well as the Kessya Bussy’s arrival to Paris FC.

Over the last weeks, other Sud Ladies Cup graduates made the headlines. This is the case of France international Emelyne Laurent. The France top scorer at the Sud Ladies Cup 2018 has moved from Bayern Munich to AC Milan. In Italy, she will play alongside Julie Piga who also joined the Milan-based club this summer from Fleury.

 
 
 
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Meanwhile, French clubs have also animated the transfer market : Paris Saint-Germain secured the signing of the promising Thiniba Samoura, who shone at the U19 Euro (broadcasted on Youth Football Arena) while Bordeaux has signed the American forward Abigail Kim who played the Sud Ladies Cup back in 2018.

 
 
 
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Also, it should be noted that several Haiti internationals signed for another club following their historical participation at the World Cup this summer : both Sherly Jeudy and Dayana Pierre-Louis joined RC Lens while Roseline Eloissiant strengthens the RC Strasbourg ranks.

THE RECAP :

Emelyne Laurent : Bayern Munich (GER) to AC Milan (ITA)
Thiniba Samoura : Paris FC (FRA) to Paris SG (FRA)
Julie Piga : Fleury (FRA) to AC Milan (ITA)
Abigail Kim : Orlando Pride (USA) to Bordeaux (FRA)
Annahita Zamanian : Juventus (ITA) to Sassuolo (ITA)
Sherly Jeudy : Grenoble (FRA) to RC Lens (FRA)
Roseline Eloissaint : Nantes (FRA) to RC Strasbourg (FRA)
Chloé Neller : Paris FC (FRA) au RC Strasbourg (FRA)
Marie-Morgane Sieber : Rodez (FRA) to Guingamp (FRA)
Romane Lejeune : Stade de Reims (FRA) au RC Lens (FRA)
Dayana Pierre-Louis : Issy (FRA) to RC Lens (FRA)
Darlina Joseph : Grenoble (FRA) to Olympique de Marseille (FRA)
Gabriela Juarez : UNAM Pumas (MEX) to Mazatlan (MEX)
Karla Zempoalteca : de Juarez (MEX) to Atlas FC (MEX)

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