England forward Toni Duggan is to join Spanish league champions Atletico Madrid on a two-year contract.
The 28-year-old former Everton and Manchester City player left Barcelona earlier this summer, after spending two seasons with the Catalan club.
She featured three times at the Women’s World Cup in France and has scored 22 goals in her 75 international caps.
Liverpool-born Duggan helped Barcelona reach last season’s Champions League final, where they were beaten by Lyon.
Atletico have won the Spanish league title in each of the past three seasons.
They knocked Duggan’s former side Man City out of Europe in 2018-19, before pipping Barcelona to the domestic title in Spain.
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