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Chelsea Ladies sign NWSL superstar Sam Kerr

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Sam Kerr is heading to London.

The Australian megastar is leaving the Chicago Red Stars for Chelsea after scoring two MVP awards in the National Women’s Soccer League (2017, 2019).

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Kerr, 26, has 38 goals in 83 caps for the Lady Matildas, scoring four times in one World Cup match against Jamaica last summer.

Her 69 goals are the most in an NWSL career, and she admits it was a challenge to leave her comfort zone and head to Europe.

“Probably the part that was most difficult was leaving friends and the US because I’ve created such a home there, but it was just time for me to make a change. And once I had my eyes set on Europe, it was kind of an easy decision to choose Chelsea as a club.”

It’s a huge signing for Chelsea, who is leading the table through five matches with an unbeaten 4W-1D record. She’ll join the team in January.

USWNT’s Dunn, Chelsea Ladies win Spring title

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USWNT star Crystal Dunn went 90 minutes as the Chelsea Ladies claimed the Spring Series title with a 2-0 win at Birmingham City on Saturday.

Dunn, 24, joined Chelsea from the Washington Spirit this offseason and played right wing back for the Blues.

Chelsea won the Spring Series by goal differential tiebreaker, besting Carli Lloyd’s Man City by 18 goals.

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The title comes two days after USWNT teammate Alex Morgan and Lyon claimed the UEFA Women’s Champions League crown.