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Millie Turner to leave Bristol City Women FC

Bristol City Women FC can confirm that Millie Turner will leave the club this summer to join Manchester United. 

Turner, who joined the Vixens from Everton in January 2017 has signed for Manchester United for an undisclosed fee. 

After an impressive first season with Bristol, the midfielder was named as captain for the 2017-2018 Women's Super League campaign.

During her spell with Bristol City Women, the 22 year-old made the step-up to international stage representing England at Under 23 level.

Vixens' General Manager, Kathryn Pacey thanked Turner for her time with the Vixens, "Millie will be sorely missed here at Bristol City Women’s FC not just for her ability on the pitch, but for the character she was at the club."

"Despite only being young, she was a great role model and demonstrated a great attitude in everything she did." 

"Everyone here at Bristol City Women’s FC wishes Millie every success in the future and knows that she will go on to achieve great things.

Millie Turner in action for Bristol City Women FC last season. Images via JMPUK.

“It was a very difficult decision to leave a club so special to me, but I felt it was time to take the next step in my career."

"I just want to thank everyone involved with the club, I have enjoyed every second of being a Bristol City player and I can not thank you enough for everything you have done for me."

"Bristol city will always hold a very special place in my heart and I wish you all the best for the upcoming season.", said Turner. 

Everyone at Bristol City Women FC would like to thank Millie and wish her good luck for the future, we look forward to welcoming her back to the Stoke Gifford Stadium. 


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