97: Wang Shuang

The China superstar was always destined for a big move and it finally happened this summer when PSG snapped her up from Wuhan. A tricky attacker, Shuang had already scored seven goals in the first half of the CWSL season when the French giants came calling and wasted no time getting started at her new club. Three league goals and a Champions League strike suggest that she is perfectly at home, but her form for China has been even more spectacular. Her international tally this year stretches into double figures, including two hat-tricks, and she looks ready to make a name for herself at the World Cup.

Olivier Echouafni, PSG manager:

“Wang Shuang is so impressive, she’s a warrior! She is a very technical player with great vision, and absolutely vital for our attack. She particularly impressed us by the way she adapted so quickly within the PSG squad. She’s one for the future.”

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