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Three Leave Man City Women

Blues Stars Exit City After Contracts Expire

Manchester City Women Training Session Photo by Matt McNulty - Manchester City/Manchester City FC via Getty Images

Manchester City Women trio Aoife Mannion, Geum-min Lee and Tyler Toland have left the club after their contracts expired.

Mannion joined City from Birmingham in 2019, but only made 11 appearances for the club, scoring one goal in the Champions League against Lugano. But injury plagued her City career when she damaged her anterior cruciate ligament in a Champions League match against Atletico Madrid, an injury that kept her on the sidelines for an extended period.

Geum-min Lee was the first South Korean to play for City after joining the blues in August 2019. Sadly, she only made three appearances for City, but was also on the scoresheet in the match against Lugano. Lee spent last season on loan at Brighton, where she made 18 appearances, scoring three times.

Youngster Toland also joined the blues in 2019 from Irish outfit Sion Swifts, and made four appearances for the blues. She injured her ankle ligament in August 2020, before moving to Glasgow City on loan following her recovery.

We wish all three the very best for the future.