Republic of Ireland international Megan Campbell is on the lookout for a new club after Liverpool confirmed that she would be one of six players released at the end of their current contracts.

The 30-year-old from Drogheda had been on Merseyside since 2021 and made well over 20 appearances for the club having joined following a five-year spell at Manchester City.

The former Florida State Seminole has has had her share of setbacks throughout her career, but she promises to be a key figure as Vera Pauw's Ireland side tackle the country's first ever Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand this summer.

Megan Campbell at Liverpool training last month

The club are sitting midtable of the Women's Super League with one match remaining.

Their final fixture of the campaign is at home to title-chasing Manchester United this Saturday afternoon.

Meanwhile more Irish players are on the lookout for new clubs, including midfielder Ruesha Littlejohn.

The 32-year-old had several injuries issues during her two years with Aston Villa and is now departing.

Brighton have also confirmed Megan Connolly and Megan Walsh are also free agents after their contracts expired.

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