Liverpool have announced that midfielder Christie Murray is leaving the club after her contract expired.
She spent two years at Liverpool since arriving from Scottish club Glasgow City in July 2018.
Speaking to the club website Reds manager Vicky Jepson said “Myself and all our backroom staff would like to thank Christie for the two years spent at our club and wish her the best of luck with the rest of her football journey.”
Murray has also previously played for Arsenal, Bristol City and Doncaster.
The Scottish international posted on her social media channels “As my two years at Liverpool come to an end, I just want to thank my team mates and the fans for their incredible support over both seasons”.
“I’m looking forward to the next step in my career and the opportunity to be in an environment that challenges me, both as a person and as a footballer, and most importantly, to be able to enjoy what I love again”.
Murray follows goalkeeper Anke Preuss and forward Courtney Sweetman-Kirk in leaving the club since the Women’s Super League season was ended with immediate effect on Monday.