Barcelona heralded her as their ‘everlasting captain’, however now the Champions League-winning skipper is Manchester City’s latest recruit. Half a decade after leaving Arsenal, Vicky Losada is again within the Women’s Super League.
In their quest to reclaim the league title from rivals Chelsea, City have added to final month’s signing of Jamaican striker, Khadija Shaw, by recruiting the Spain midfielder on a free switch. After 5 years with the Catalan membership, her transfer to Gareth Taylor’s aspect was confirmed 50 days after lifting the European trophy with an aesthetic 4-0 victory over Chelsea in Gothenburg two months in the past.
That was the Spanish champions’ first European crown and was the end result of 5 years of regular progress, however Losada is raring for extra success. “It was actually robust for me,” the 30-year-old stated, reflecting on her transfer. “I used to be desirous about it for months and, in the long run, profitable the Champions League made issues simpler for me to resolve in the long run to affix Manchester City.
“The purpose that I picked Man City is, after all, it’s a huge staff, and I need to hold enjoying in huge video games, within the Champions League. I do know they haven’t received the league trophy for the final 5 years and I feel I may help them rather a lot. It’s a brand new journey for me and I’m actually bold.
“I feel the English league actually fits me, I feel there are much less gamers right here than in Spain who’ve my soccer fashion. When I went to Arsenal I used to be very younger [in 2015], with not even half of the expertise I’ve now. With my expertise now, I feel I can convey Man City a whole lot of issues to achieve success.”
In her temporary spell with Arsenal, Losada helped the north London membership win each home cups, however now the intention is to win the league.
“The English league may be very aggressive, however I’ve seen Manchester City enjoying and it jogs my memory of 4 years in the past once I was enjoying for Barca, and yearly they’re getting higher, and hopefully our soccer provides us probabilities this yr to battle for trophies.”