Amalie Vangsgaard heading for Juventus

The Danish striker has left Paris Saint-Germain to join Serie A outfit Juventus on a permanent deal.

Amalie Vangsgaard joined Les Parisiennes in January 2023 from Linköpings FC (Sweden).

In a season and a half, the Dane played in 48 matches, scoring ten goals and providing two assists. In the Rouge et Bleu jersey, she won the Coupe de France 2024 in May.

The Club would like to wish Amalie every success under her new colours.


Position: Forward
Born: 29 November 1996, in Pandrup (DAN)
Nationality: Danish

2009-2017    Fortuna Hjørring (DAN)
2019-2021     FC Nordsjælland (DAN)
2021-2023     Linköping FC (SUE)
2023-2024    Paris Saint-Germain

Danish Championship (2014, 2016)
Danish Cup (2016, 2020)
Coupe de France (2024)

24 caps, eight goals

About Paris Saint-Germain Féminin
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