Everton club captain Danielle Turner has signed a new two-year deal on Merseyside according to reports on The Blue Girls’ official website.
The 28-year-old Warrington-born defender has spent the last six years as an Everton player in which she has made more than a century of appearances for the club.
It has today been reported that Turner will remain part of the project to see Everton become a major force in the Barclays FA Women’s Super League with the player having penned a new deal with the club. The defender has now agreed to remain at Walton Hall Park until summer 2022.
Turner played every single minute of Barclays FA Women’s Super League football for Everton this season, scoring the first-ever goal for The Blue Girls at their new Walton Hall Park home against Manchester United in February in what was to be the final game of the season.
During her time with Everton, the defender helped the club to the 2014 Women’s FA Cup final while she was an FA Women’s Super League 2 Spring Series winner with The Blue Girls in 2017. With Everton now looking to move on to the next level under manager Willie Kirk’s guidance, Turner has an important role to play and the club have moved quickly to retain her services.