Northern Ireland ace Lauren Wade prepares for Women’s Super League role as Reading swoop after impressive Euro 2022

Lauren Wade is set to mix it up again with England’s Euro 2022 winning stars.

he Northern Ireland international’s impressive performances in the Women’s Euro 2022 final should see him through to the Women’s Super League, with confirmation expected before the end of this week.

The Belfast Telegraph understands that established WSL club Reading have offered Wade a deal following her performances at the Euros, where she attracted attention as one of Northern Ireland’s best players in the tournament, particularly against England when it posed a real threat to the newly crowned. Champions of Europe.

The 28-year-old’s transfer from Glentoran Women to the Berkshire club will take Northern Ireland’s representation in the WSL to three, after Rachel Furness won promotion with Liverpool Women, joining Simone Magill who moved from Everton Women at Aston Villa Women.

Wade is now set to face Furness on his Reading debut on the opening day of the season on Sunday, September 11, when they host the newly promoted Reds.

Wade has played professionally in the past, in America, in Sweden and then with Glasgow City in Scotland, with whom she also played in the quarter-finals of the Women’s Champions League.