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Chloe Kelly lined up for stunning transfer to become highest paid in Europe


CHLOE KELLY has emerged as a summer transfer target for Paris Saint-Germain.

The French giants are claimed to want to make the England and Manchester City ace the highest-paid female player in Europe.

Kelly could become the highest-paid player in Europe if she joins PSG


Kelly could become the highest-paid player in Europe if she joins PSGCredit: Getty

Their interest, reported by Mail Sport, comes two years on from Kelly, signing a three-year contract extension with City which expires next February.

The WSL ace has flourished for club and country since scoring the match-winning strike that helped the Lionesses win the Euros in 2022.

This season the London-born forward has helped her side keep pace with Chelsea in the league title race, notching up five goals and four assists in 13 games.

The team, who visit Arsenal on Sunday, are currently second in the WSL and chasing their first top-flight crown since 2016.

The Citizens are just three points off the league leaders and will be hoping to keep the pressure on Emma Hayes‘ side going into the business end of the season.

But, victory for Arsenal would see them move level with City, albeit behind on goal difference.

The Daily Mail claims City hope Kelly will pen a new deal with the club before the final year of her contract.

However, the Lioness is thought to be pausing discussions concerning her future until the end of this season.

PSG’s reported interest would see Kelly become the highest paid female footballer in Europe – only out-earned by stars playing in the USA.

The Mail also claim that other European clubs could be tempted to outbid PSG should it become clear that Kelly is set on leaving Manchester City.

England’s Chloe Kelly joins in with Sweet Caroline after they’re crowned Women’s Euro 2022 champions

Chelsea forward Sam Kerr is the current highest-earner in the WSL – making £417,000-a-year.

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