Former Leicester City forward Millie Farrow has completed a move to FA Women’s Championship club Crystal Palace.
The 25-year-old Portsmouth-born attacker was released by The Foxes at the end of last season with the club having secured promotion to the Barclays FA Women’s Super League.
With Farrow being without a club, it has today been confirmed that the player has agreed a move to Crystal Palace. The deal was announced via a post on The Eagles’ official club Twitter account.
— Crystal Palace F.C Women (@cpfc_w) July 20, 2021
Farrow becomes Palace boss Dean Davenport’s second signing of the summer. The player joins former Brighton & Hove Albion midfielder Kirsty Barton in signing on at Hayes Lane in the current transfer window.
Farrow arrives in South London with plenty of elite football experience under her belt. The player started her senior career with current Barclays FA Women’s Super League champions Chelsea where she spent four years as a senior squad member. Farrow then joined Bristol City for a short period following a successful loan spell before moving to Reading.
Last summer saw Farrow join Leicester City where she became a member of their first-ever full-time squad. The player scored four goals in 17 games as The Foxes clinched the FA Women’s Championship title. Farrow will now look to again make a positive impression at new club Palace.