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Manchester United Ladies Have Signed Scotland International Striker Martha Thomas

Martha Thomas, a Scotland international, has signed a contract with Manchester United Women until the summer of 2023.
After completing her childhood career in the United States with Charlotte 49ers, the striker spent the last two seasons with West Ham and has also played for Le Havre in France.
After making her debut in March of last year, the 25-year-old has earned eight caps for her country, and the club has the option to extend her contract for another year.
“I’m pleased to be joining Manchester United; I’ve been impressed with the club’s success in recent years, and that was a major factor in my decision to come here,” Thomas stated.
“I want to enjoy my football again, and I’m excited to test myself in this environment and be a part of an offensive team where I can express myself.”
“For now, my focus is on settling in and putting in the hard work at training, but I can’t wait for the season to begin and to see all the supporters back in the stadium.” Track the summer transfer window with Sky Sports You can keep up with all the latest transfer news and rumours in our dedicated Transfer Centre blog on Sky Sports’ digital platforms, as well as keeping track of all the developments on Sky Sports’ digital platforms.
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