A three-team trade has shuffled several players around the National Women’s Soccer League.
🚨 #NWSL Trade Alert 🚨
— NWSL (@NWSL) January 11, 2018
Sky Blue FC acquired the rights to New Zealand Women’s National Team defender Rebekah Stott and Mexico Women’s National Team forward Katie Johnson from Seattle Reign FC in exchange for the rights to Australian international Caitlin Foord.
“We are incredibly excited to welcome Rebekah and Katie to Sky Blue FC,” said Tony Novo, Sky Blue FC President & General Manager. “Both have performed on the world stage and have been exceptionally productive at every level in which they have played. They are two young players with high-rising trajectories, and we cannot wait to have them on the field for our club.”
— Sky Blue FC (@SkyBlueFC) January 11, 2018
Seattle Reign FC traded the rights to Foord and a 2020 NWSL draft pick to Portland Thorns FC in exchange for U.S. Women’s National Team midfielder Allie Long.
“We are very appreciative of Allie’s contributions to the club over the past five seasons,” said Thorns FC general manager and president of soccer Gavin Wilkinson. “She accomplished a great deal during her time in Portland, winning two NWSL Championships and achieving her goal of making it to the national team, and we wish her all the best.”
The Thorns have acquired the rights to 23-year-old Australian forward Caitlin Foord from @ReignFC in exchange for midfielder Allie Long.
— Portland Thorns FC (@ThornsFC) January 11, 2018