Tottenham Hotspur Release Mclean, Morgan, Haines and Wynne03 Jun, 2020
Posted at 18:12h in News
Tottenham Hotspur Women have announced four players have left the club following the expiration of their contracts.
Sophie Mclean, Chloe Morgan, Coral-Jade Haines and Welsh international Megan Wynne have all been told they are free to find a new club.
Goalkeeper Morgan departs having made over 60 appearances in all competitions during two spells at the club – 22 of which came in the 2018/19 season as Spurs secured promotion from the FA Women’s Championship.
Haines spent three seasons at the club and made 55 appearances registering 7 goals across all competitions.
McClean leaves after seven years at the Club which saw her make 124 appearances, scoring six goals in all competitions and helped the club win four trophies in 2016/17.
Wynne has had three spells with Spurs in total but spent the second half of the 2019/20 season on loan at Bristol City, she also scored her first goal for Wales against Estonia in March.
She Initially signed on loan in 2013 and again in 2016, before signing permanently in the summer of 2018 following a spell at Millwall Lionesses and has made 45 appearances for us in total.
Spurs boss Karen Hills said on the club website “I’d like to say a huge thank you to the players who are leaving us. It’s been an absolute privilege to work with them. It’s never easy saying goodbye to players who have been instrumental to the success of Spurs Women over the past few seasons, but we have made so many amazing memories together that will last a lifetime. I wish them the best in their next chapter.”
Joint head coach Juan Amoros added “We have seen Sophie develop as a player from a young age and she has played a key part in two promotions. Chloe has shown that she is one of the best goalkeepers around and we are very proud of all she has achieved. Coral has given us moments of brilliance on the pitch and has been one of the most technically-gifted players to have ever played for Spurs Women. Megan is Spurs through and through and played a vital part in our promotion to the WSL. We cannot thank them enough for all their efforts.”