Lucy Bronze joined Barcelona after leaving Manchester City.
The 30-year-old right-back, who will feature for England at Euro 2022 this summer, has signed a two-year contract with the Spanish champions and Champions League runners-up.
Bronze had made 111 appearances for City during his two years at Manchester, scoring 14 goals, but left the club at the end of his contract.
The defender says Sky Sports News last week that a decision on his club’s future had been made – and now it’s all about England taking part in this summer’s European Championships on home soil.
The bronze will join Barcelona after the tournament, with the Spanish giants setting an unblemished league record last season by winning their 30 games to claim the title.
The Catalan club scored 159 goals to win the league but fell short in the Champions League final – losing 3-1 to Lyon, which bronze represented for three years between 2017 and 2020.
Meet the Lionesses ahead of Euro 2022
Sarina Wiegman has announced her final 23-man England women’s squad for the upcoming European Women’s Championships.
She has reduced her squad to 28 players as England prepare for a home Euro, starting July 6 against Austria at Old Trafford.
Here, we profile each player as we get to know the Lionesses who are aiming for glory this summer.