Manchester United announced today, Wednesday, that it has signed Japanese striker Hinata Miyazawa from Japanese club Minavi Sendai.
The English club's announcement was made on its website, welcoming the new player who won the Golden Boot as the top scorer at the 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand with five goals.
The website published a statement from Miyazawa (23 years old) who expressed her joy at moving to the English Women's Premier League, saying: "I am very happy to be part of this wonderful family and this wonderful team."
He added: "I'm really looking forward to starting with them and hope my style of play impresses the Manchester United fans."
It is noted that Miyazawa achieved success in various categories with her country's national teams, where she won silver and second place at the 2016 Women's World Cup in Jordan before winning the 2018 Women's World Cup in France.
Sweden survives Japan's uprising in the Women's World Cup
At Eden Park, Amanda Ellstedt scored the first goal for the Swedish team in the 32nd minute.
Philippa Angeldahl scored Sweden's second goal from a penalty in the 51st minute.
Three minutes before the end of the game, the Japanese team responded with a goal from Honoka Hayashi, but it was not enough to save the team from defeat.
The Swedish team qualified to face their Spanish counterpart, who advanced to the semi-finals after defeating their Dutch counterpart.