With Catarina Macario closing in on a move to Chelsea, GOAL passes judgement on how her American compatriots have done in the English top-flight
Members of the United States women’s national team have been gracing the Women’s Super League for many years now, some as part of flocks of players who have flown across the pond together, while others have gone it alone and found great success in doing so.
The stops are rarely long ones for these stars, but plenty have lit up the WSL even in short stays, with two having been able to officially call themselves a champion of England. Many more have enjoyed domestic cup triumphs, too, and appearances at Wembley in the process.
So, who are the players capped by the USWNT to have played in the WSL and how did they fare? GOAL takes a look back over the years…