The French side has concurred a four-year deal with Man City Australian worldwide forward Mary Fowler from Montpellier, the Women’s Super League club said on Wednesday. Fowler made his global presentation in 2018 at 15 years old and has scored seven objectives in 24 games for Matildas. She has spent the last 2-1/2 seasons at Montpellier since going along with them from Adelaide United in January 2020 and was named the Australian PFA’s Young Women’s Player of the Year last month.
“Mary is a without doubt one of the most exciting young talents in the game right now and we’re absolutely thrilled to have her join us here at Manchester City She has a maturity beyond her years,” manager Gareth Taylor said.
The reality that she made her international debut at just 15 years old truly shows how much the football world regards her and we think she will perform better with our team here in City.
England internationals Lucy Bronze, Georgia Stanway, and Jill Scott alongside Scotland’s Caroline Weir have all left the club, while England goalkeeper Karen Bardsley reported her retirement last month. City qualified for the Champions League in the wake of completing third in the 2021-22 WSL season, behind champions Chelsea and other participants Arsenal.