Manchester City sign Mary Fowler from Montpellier on a four-year agreement
Manchester City have reported the marking of youthful Australia forward Mary Fowler on a four-year agreement.
Fowler, 19, has spent the last more than two seasons at Montpellier in Division 1 Feminine and has drawn in a ton of consideration for her endeavors with her club and country.
She was as of late casted a ballot in the main 10 of ESPN’s top players Under-21 to watch in the approaching seasons.
“The whole environment is an environment that I think can really push me and grow me as a player into becoming the player I think I know I can be so it was really an investment in in myself, and in my future self because it’s a place that is at the top of football,” Fowler told ESPN of her decision to join City.
“This team is such a strong team and they play such nice football. So I think we have the ability to go out there and win the league.”
Fowler went through her initial years playing with Illawara Stingrays and Bankstown Sydney prior to making her A-League Women debut in 2019 with Adelaide United, scoring on her presentation.
She moved to Montpellier in January 2020 and notwithstanding that mission finishing early, she started off the following one with five objectives in 15 games as her club completed fifth.
“I’ve still got so much to learn and being in such a professional environment where I have players that are pushing me and challenging me that’s when I enjoy my football the most,” she said. “When it’s harder for me rather than just being the pushover.
“England is definitely one of the fastest growing and one of the best leagues women’s football, right now, and I really enjoy playing challenging football that is very smart and fast and it’s just it’s beautiful to watch but it’s also really competitive to play.”
The forward made her presentation with Australia at only 15 and has aggregated 24 covers and seven objectives since. One such objective came against Great Britain in the Olympics before Australia were taken out by possible bosses Sweden.
She was as of late granted Australia’s PFA Young Women’s Footballer of the Year prize and is wanting to make the crew for the home World Cup in Australia and New Zealand one year from now.
“I’m super excited I mean the chance to not only play in a World Cup, but playing a home World Cup it’s it’s something that’s really special and it’s really a blessing because it’s one off,” she added.
“Going to a club like City, it was definitely in the back of my mind that the World Cup is next year and that I want to be in the best form possible leading into that and City is definitely a place where I think I can get to that point great well.”