VIDEO: Ferns striker Milly Clegg explains how she landed Racing Louisville deal

Teenage striker Milly Clegg has told how she was tracked by United States club Racing Louisville ahead of being offered a three-year deal to join the club.

“Racing Louisville put me on their discovery list,” Clegg (18) told 1News reporter Zion Dayal.

“They like that I’m a goalscorer who can play well under pressure, I guess.”

Clegg became the youngest-ever signing for the National Women’s Soccer League club when her move from A-League club Western Sydney Wanderers was agreed in January 2024.

It’s been a rapid rise for Clegg who was playing for Auckland’s Mt Albert Grammar School two years ago.

Since then, she has made progress in club football from Auckland United, to a scholarship at Wellington Phoenix and the subsequent move to Australia.

She will move to Louisville in March, joining former Ferns captain Abby Erceg at the club.

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