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Jenni Hermoso joins Club Pachuca Femenil

Club Pachuca Femenil is taking advantage of the new Liga MX Femenil rule that allows each club to allow four international players, signing Jenni Hermoso from FC Barcelona. The club announced the move on Tuesday night on social media. Hermoso joins after spending three seasons in Spain with FC Barcelona and playing her senior career in Europe. The deal is reportedly for one year.

Jordyn Huitema joins OL Reign on transfer from PSG

OL Reign on Saturday announced the signing of 21-year-old Canadian forward Jordyn Huitema after paying a transfer fee to PSG to acquire her. Huitema is signed through the 2023 NWSL season with an option for 2024. The Reign have been in search of a No. 9 and could have a long-term solution in Huitema, who scored nine goals in 71 games for PSG over three seasons. She will join the Reign after World Cup qualifying.

Orlando roster freeze lifted; Amy Turner’s contract bought out

The Orlando Pride’s roster freeze has been lifted, EQZ confirmed. Orlando bought out the contract of Amy Turner, who isn’t discovery eligible in the NWSL, meaning she can’t play in the league until 2023. Orlando’s roster was frozen from transactions since June 7, when head coach Amanda Cromwell and assistant Sam Greene were suspended pending a league investigation for alleged “retaliation.” The Houston Dash roster is not frozen despite the ongoing investigation into James Clarkson.

Houston Dash hire Juan Carlos Amorós as interim head coach

Juan Carlos Amorós, former head coach of Tottenham Hotspur from 2011-20 and Real Betis in Spain, has been hired by the Houston Dash as the club's interim head coach. He replaces James Clarkson, who was placed on leave after allegations of abuse came forward in an NWSL Players Association investigation. Sarah Lowdown will remain acting head coach until Amorós' arrival in late June, and has been named First Assistant Coach.

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