Kiedrzynek Set to Depart PSG Women; Endler Ready to Assume Role

There’s a changing of the guard at the goalkeeper position for Paris Saint-Germain Féminine.

After seven seasons with the capital club, Katarzyna Kiedrzynek is departing and heading to Germany to join VfL Wolfsburg for next season, the Poland international announced on her Twitter account.

“After seven incredible seasons, I announce that I am leaving PSG this summer. It breaks my heart not to be able to tell you at the stadium, so I made a video for you. You will forever be in my heart. I love you, Kasia.”

It’s not the way that Kiedrzynek wanted her tenure to end having to say farewell via social media, but due to the coronavirus affecting the world, there’s no other way.

Now, when it comes to a replacement for the 29-year-old, PSG has a quality replacement in Chilean Christiane Endler. Since joining the féminine squad in 2017, 28-year-old has gradually gained significant playing time.

After signing a contract extension in 2018 that will keep her for another season in Paris until 2021, followed by a breakout performance in the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup, it became evident that Endler would command the net going forward.

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