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Valencia sign Marina Martí and Estela Fernández

Valencia sign Marina Martí and Estela Fernández  from Alhama CF and Madrid CFF, respectively. Both penned two-year deals, until June 2025.

The 26-year-old Marti played for Albacete and Alicante before signing for Alhama in 2018. The Spanish attacker led the club to promotion to Liga F as a captain. In their debut season among the elite, she played all 30 matches and scored eight goals. In total she made 140 appearances for the club and scored 55 goals.

“I’m very happy for the opportunity that Valencia CF Femenino have given me, I’m really looking forward to starting and repaying the trust placed in me. It will be a very nice year for everyone,” said Marina Marti.

Estela Fernández is an experienced midfielder who spent her whole career playing in Madrid for Rayo Vallecano and Madrid CFF. Since 2018, she was part of Madrid CFF squad, playing over 110 matches for the club, 19 in the last season of Liga F.

“I am proud to be part of Valencia CF. I am very excited, looking forward to starting with my teammates and helping the team to achieve great things,” said Fernandez. The Bats also previously signed Claudia Florentino.

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