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Ahead of the January transfer window, the Blues have completed the signing of Swedish international goalkeeper Zećira Mušović.
The 24 year old goalkeeper was signed from Swedish club FC Rosengård.
The news of Mušović’s arrival in January potentially solidifies that backup keeper Carly Telford, whose contract runs out at the end of the season, will be moving on to other opportunities elsewhere.
Mušović said about her Chelsea transfer: “It feels damn fun, I am very grateful for this opportunity and am proud of myself. Their goalkeeping coach has a good view of me and has seen how I play and what I can become. It feels very good. It does not feel like the club made a decision in one or two matches without following me for a long time.”
“I have a long way to go and know that I have to put in a hard job. It is clear that it is a step that is not very comfortable considering how good I am in Malmö, where I feel comfortable with the team and have my family.”
“If you look at the top clubs in Europe, all two or three have very good goalkeepers. So it is with Chelsea. There are already two players there that are very good, so it will definitely be a competitive situation. But we compete on the same terms, and I do not go there to sit and learn. I go there to learn and compete; it’s a great mix.”