Manchester United striker Ella Toone said she “couldn’t be prouder” to sign a new contract with the Women’s Super League club until June 2025.
The 22-year-old England international joined United in 2018 and holds the records for appearances and goals with 83 and 36 respectively.
Toone said on social media: “The dream continues – to play for the club I love and support is the best feeling in the world.
The dream continues… to play for the club I love and support is the best feeling in the world. I couldn’t be prouder to have signed a new contract and am so grateful to everyone that’s supported me so far. Can’t wait for the rest of this journey 😍 Let’s keep marching on reds ❤️ pic.twitter.com/PwvL0fCs0f— Ella Toone (@ellatoone99) November 20, 2021
“I couldn’t be prouder to have signed a new contract and am so grateful to everyone that’s supported me so far.”
Toone made her international debut for England against Northern Ireland in February, and scored a hat-trick in last month’s World Cup qualifier against Latvia.
United boss Marc Skinner said: “I’m delighted that Ella has signed a new contract with the club, she is a wonderful talent and her stats this season speak for themselves.
“There is so much room to grow with Ella too, she is only 22-years-old and is always learning, so we know if she continues to work hard she will have such a bright future.”
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