While there is still a continued quietness from Chelsea’s senior men team this summer as fans continue to wait for their first summer signing, the women’s team have been doing the opposite and have recently confirmed their first signing of the transfer window.

The team has just recently confirmed that they have signed young goalkeeper Emily Orman to a new contract as it was set to expire in the coming months. The club revealed in an official statement via their official website that the 18-year-old talented goalkeeper agreed to fresh terms and sighed a new one-year contract at the club even though she has not yet featured for the first team.

After joining the club as a 16-year-old some years ago, Orman began to show huge potential at the academy and was proving to be such a huge prospect, catching the eyes of the manager of the youth team. Even though she is yet to make a single senior appearance for the Chelsea senior women team, there is a huge chance that she will be making her debut soon and the club have expressed their trust in her by rewarding her with a new one-year contract extension with the option of extending it for another year.

Chelsea’s senior women team manager Emma Hayes has allowed the youngster to train with the senior team on different occasions as they try to get her acquainted with the group. She is Chelsea’s current number 32 in the squad and has also represented England at some national camp games right from when she was a 14-year-old.

Upon signing the contract, Orman said that it was a dream come through to have finally put pen to paper on the new deal and also revealed that she will continue to work hard till she makes her way to the senior team in the near future.