Paris Saint-Germain have announced the exit of goalkeeper Sarah Bouhaddi after her one-year contract comes to its end.
Bouhaddi joined PSG in the Summer of August 2022 from Lyon, where she finished her final season with American club OL Regin on loan.
The 36-year-old played 22 games for PSG during the 22/23 season, 15 in the D1 Arkema and seven in the UEFA Champions League. One of the most decorated goalkeepers in Women's football history now moves on after one year, and it remains to be seen what the future holds for her next.
There are many options for where Bouhaddi could be playing next season; maybe a European club would add her to their squads, a permanent move to the States, or even possibly return to Lyon before retirement. As of now, there is no clarity on her situation.
Paris Saint-Germain now have three keepers in their roaster for the upcoming season, with Constance Picaud, Katarzyna Kiedryznek, and Oceane Toussaint all in the mix to represent the Rouge et Bleu jersey.
By the looks of it, Constance Picaud would become PSG's starting keeper next season. She already shared responsibilities with Bouhaddi last year as Barbora Votikova was out the whole season due to injury, and with both of those goalies now gone, Picaud surely would be the front-runner to be the first-choice keeper.
So far, there are no other possible goalkeepers with potential moves to the capital city; while that could change in the next few weeks, it doesn't seem the most likely of outcomes.
We wish Sarah Bouhaddi good luck for her future!