Khadija Shaw: Manchester City Women keen to keep striker despite interest from Paris Saint-Germain | Soccer News

Manchester City Women have no interest in selling Khadija Shaw despite interest from Paris Saint-Germain.

The Jamaican striker has been linked with a return to France after arriving from Bordeaux last summer.

Shaw has scored nine goals in the Women’s Super League this season as City finished third and qualified for the Champions League.

City intend to be busy in the transfer market but could also face big name departures.

Georgia Stanway has agreed to join Bayern Munich, while Lucy Bronze and Caroline Weir have been offered contracts by foreign clubs.

England international Stanway has agreed an initial two-year contract with the Bundesliga finalists, with the move due to be officially confirmed later this week.

Stanway’s contract with City expires at the end of next month and she is expected to join Bayern after the European Women’s Championships where she will be part of the Lionesses squad.

The 23-year-old has been with City since she was 16, spending seven years at the club since making her debut in 2015, scoring 57 goals in 165 appearances.

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