Mary Earps will remain at Manchester United at least until January.
Last month, United rejected down a world-record deal from Arsenal for England’s No. 1 goalkeeper in the women’s game.
United is unwilling to sell despite the fact that Earps’ contract will expire next summer.
News knows that convincing her to commit her long-term future to the club will be difficult.
United are likely to sign a new goalkeeper on Deadline Day, with Phallon Tullis-Joyce in Manchester set to sign a £100,000 deal with OL Reign.
Irene Guerrero, a Spanish World Cup winner, has joined Marc Skinner’s team from Atletico Madrid. The deal is expected to be finalized before Thursday night’s transfer deadline for £150,000, and discussions about a potential loan deal for Lyon striker Melvine Malard are still ongoing.
“Previously in the window, Manchester United turned down big money for Mary Earps, and any team that wanted to sign Mary Earps had to not only break but smash the world record for a women’s player.”
“They are betting on themselves to persuade Earps that Manchester United is the place to be, that the new players will settle, and that United is moving forward rather than back.”