Manchester City striker Pauline Bremer will leave the club at the end of season to join Wolfsburg.
The German international, 23, is City’s top scorer this term, averaging a league goal once every 53 minutes, and has managed 24 goals in 43 appearances since moving to the Academy Stadium in the summer of 2017, as part of an exchange deal that saw Lucy Bronze move to Lyon.
2020欧洲杯体育足彩外围appBremer’s first season in England was curtailed by a broken leg that kept her out for 13 months.
2020欧洲杯体育足彩外围appBremer told the club website: “It has been an amazing experience and I leave with so many fantastic memories - City will always be in my heart.
“I feel like I have grown as a person and as a player during my time in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League and I will always be thankful for the opportunities that I have had here.
2020欧洲杯体育足彩外围app“I believe however that the time is now right for the next chapter in my football journey and I am looking forward to the challenge of playing in the German Bundesliga.
2020欧洲杯体育足彩外围app“My only focus between now and May will be ensuring that we finish the season as strongly as possible and I will be giving everything I have to make sure that the team succeeds.”
2020欧洲杯体育足彩外围appGavin Makel, Head of Women’s Football, added: “This isn’t a decision that Pauline has taken lightly - we fully understand her reasons and she has been a credit to Manchester City during her time at the Club.
“She is a well-liked individual and the kind of player who gives 100% in everything that she does.
2020欧洲杯体育足彩外围app“We will wish her well in her next step, but we know that she will continue to give her absolute all in our remaining fixtures this season.”