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Superstar striker Sam Kerr has informed the Chicago Red Stars that she won’t return next season, and the Australian FA doesn’t expect its biggest star to play domestically in W-League, either. Kerr appears destined to ply her trade in Europe to test herself in a different competitive environment, make a bit more money and give herself a more stable lifestyle.
Kerr says the prospect of playing in a single league year-round, rather than jumping back and forth between two leagues, has been one of the deciding factors. needs the mental break as much as the physical one. #Matildas— Samantha Lewis (@battledinosaur) November 8, 2019
No one knows how much Kerr makes from the Red Stars, her Australian team Perth Glory and her sponsors in total. But Kerr’s biggest sponsor, Nike, will likely pay her quite a bit more if she suits up for one of the big European clubs that it makes kits for.
Kerr, who has repeatedly been shunned for FIFA awards, may also feel like she needs to move to Europe to be recognized as one of the world’s top players. United States women’s national team players have been able to challenge for world soccer’s biggest awards in years they’ve won the World Cup, but FIFA voting is often Euro-centric, and the Ballon d’Or now only goes to players who compete in European club soccer. For Kerr to show she’s better than Olympique Lyonnais’ Ada Hegerberg and Arsenal’s Vivianne Miedema, she’ll have to outduel them domestically or in the Champions League.
With that in mind, here are five places Kerr could end up, though one feels much more likely than the others.
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