Keira Walsh has committed her future to Manchester City by signing a three-year contract extension
The 22-year-old – who joined the club at the age of 17 – has been a mainstay in the heart of City’s midfield since making her debut against Notts County in July 2014.
Walsh has picked up three Continental Cups, two Women’s FA Cups and a Women’s Super League title at City, with the tenacious midfielder also recognised internationally and earned her first England cap in November 2017.
The 22-year-old has represented the Lionesses on 26 occasions, even wearing the armband during a 6-0 win against Kazakhstan in September 2018, and also helped the team to a fourth-place finish in the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France.
So happy to have extended my contract at the club I have supported my whole life @ManCity ????????
From a little girl in the park, all the way to cup finals and winning trophies with this club.
Here’s to many more successful years in blue ???? pic.twitter.com/tlWaMqIi9H
“It’s amazing,” Walsh said. “It’s important I’ve renewed my contract with the club I grew up supporting. It’s a special moment for me in my career.
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