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Jasmin Pal signs for FC Köln

Jasmin Pal signs for FC Köln, whom she will join from SC Sand. She signed a two-year contract, until June 2024.
The 25-year-old has played for Wacker Innsbruck in Austria before making a switch over the border and joining SC Sand in 2020. The Austrian goalkeeper established herself as a number one between the post and played 25 matches in Frauen Bundesliga. In January, Pal tore a cruciate ligament and has been sidelined ever since. She is slowly recovering and is planning to return to the pitch at the beginning of the new season. Pal is another addition to the Köln’s team, who already signed Celina Degen, Sarah Puntigam and  Andrea Gavric.
“I have gained my experience in the German Bundesliga over the past two years. Now the right moment has come for me to develop further at a new club. The talks and my visit to Cologne immediately gave me a good feeling, so I definitely wanted to switch to FC. I’ll give everything to be completely fit again this summer and maybe still get the chance to travel to the European Championship with the national team,” said Pal for fc.de.

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