Lauren Hemp has signed a new two-year contract extension to remain with Manchester City Women until the summer of 2024.
Since joining Man City in the summer of 2018 from Bristol City, Hemp has established herself as a first-team regular with 28 goals in 75 appearances across all competitions.
Speaking to mancity.com about the drafting of a new two-year contract extension to stay at Academy Stadium through June 2024, Hemp revealed that she was “delighted” to stay with the team.
Hemp went on to explain his decision to stay as he said: “It is a club where we constantly compete for trophies and success. I’ve already had some amazing moments here since I joined three and a half years ago, and I know there is so much more to come from this team. “
Acknowledging the quality of her teammates, including her England international partner Ellen White, Hemp added: “I am surrounded by some of the best players and coaching staff in the world, and having them around me will only help me develop further in the future. next years.”
Meanwhile, Man City Women manager Gareth Taylor is “absolutely thrilled” to retain the 21-year-old for two more seasons.
Taylor proceeded to speak highly of Hemp’s personality and talent when he commented, “She is one of the brightest young talents in the game, she is an absolute pleasure to work with and she has a very exciting future ahead of her.”
Hemp’s future potential was also pointed out by Taylor, who added: “We’re only scratching the surface with her at 21 and that’s an amazing idea given what she’s accomplished so far in her short career, but she’s still learning from everyone. here in City.
“We can’t wait to see what the next couple of years will bring us as a team and her as a player.”
Hemp is also a member of the England Lionesses team after graduating from the junior ranks in 2019 and scored his first four international goals in November 2021, when the Lionesses thrashed Latvia 20-0 in the World Cup Qualification. FIFA 2023.
In the summer of 2021, Hemp was featured in Team GB’s squad at the Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan, where he made three appearances when the team suffered a surprising quarter-final outing against Australia in overtime.