Manchester City's Nadia Nadim Chelsea Women v Manchester City Women WSL football match, Kingsmeadow stadium, Kingston upon Thames, UK - 09 Sep 2018 Photo: Jed Leicester for The FA

Former Manchester City forward set to announce potential transfer to new club

Former Manchester City forward Nadia Nadim looks to be on the move again with the player having thanked Parisians ahead of her anticipated departure from Division 1 Feminine club Paris Saint-Germain this summer.

The 32-year-old Danish international striker looks to have played her last game for PSG with this season’s football in France having been ended due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Nadim is out of contract at the Stade Jean-Bouin on 30 June.

Earlier today, Nadim took to Twitter to thank Parisians for their support during her 18-month stay in the French capital. Her actions surely indicate that a new contract at PSG is not on the agenda and she is moving on this summer.

The player has been teasing her social media followers during the past week with Nadim counting down the days before potentially confirming her next career move. She revealed a week ago that it was almost time for her announce where she will continue her career.

Football fans who have been eagerly awaiting confirmation of Nadim’s next club have been speculating with some suggesting that a move to the newly branded Real Madrid club could be an option while others have tipped the player for a return to the American National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL).

Nadim joined Barclays FA Women’s Super League club Manchester City in January 2018 and she spent 12 months at The Academy Stadium. The striker netted four goals in 15 league appearances for City but struggled to adapt to life in England.

It is thought that Nadim may have already signed a pre-contract agreement with a new club and details of a potential move may be revealed by the player this week.

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