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'We'll see first £1m women's footballer by 2025'

Arsenal’s world record £500,000 offer for Manchester United’s Alessia Russo was the talk of transfer deadline day in the Women’s Super League and though the move was rejected, it highlighted how rapidly the women’s football transfer market is changing.

It was also hugely notable that WSL clubs appeared far more willing than usual to try to sign players directly from their rivals. How much of that is down to attempts to unsettle fellow trophy contenders at a time when the race for the title and the Women's Champions League places is close-fought is not entirely clear.
Tom Garry