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Jorelyn Carabali and Sophie Baggaley join Brighton

Jorelyn Carabali and Sophie Baggaley join Brighton and Hove Albion from Atlético Mineiro and Manchester United, respectively.

The 26-year-old will experience the European football for the first time in her career. The Colombian center-back played in her homeland until earlier this year, when she signed for Atlético Mineiro in the top tier of the Brazilian women’s football. Carabali is a regular in the national team and played in all five games as Colombia reached the quarter-final of the Women’s World Cup.

On the other side, Sophie Baggaley has plenty of experience with the Women’s Super League, where she made almost 100 appearances. Debuting with Birmingham City, followed by a spell at Bristol City, the English goalkeeper spent the last two season in Manchester, where she was mainly a substitute goalkeeper. In total, she played 10 matches for the Red Devils.

The Seagulls also presented another addition for the goalkeeping department. Nicky Evrard joins the club on a loan from Chelsea. Brighton also recently signed Tatiana Pinto, Maria Thorisdottir, Li Mengwen, Mackenzie Hawkesby, Vicky Losada and Pauline Bremer.

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