Toni Duggan determined to help Barcelona win on the biggest stage

The former Manchester City forward is ready to face favourites Lyon and two England teammates in the Champions League final

When Toni Duggan swapped Manchester City for Barcelona the news transcended women’s football. As the first English player to join the Catalan club since Gary Lineker left Everton in 1986, it was a big story.

Having become a little surplus to requirements at City, where she had scored 31 times in 74 appearances, helping the club to their first WSL title in 2016 and the FA Cup in 2017, a move made sense. Her contract was running down and Barcelona swooped for the free transfer of the No 9.

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