This is Jesse Fleming, the beautiful Canadian

Jesse Fleming She is considered one of the most prominent midfielders in the English Premier League, where she played for Chelsea, due to her good performance with her team and sometimes with her Canadian national team.

Midfielder Jesse Fleming plays as an international with Canada’s choice Since 2013 he has been dormant in the national team for several years.

After a brilliant college career, Canadian Women’s National Team star Jesse Fleming immigrated to Old Continent.

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The 22-year-old midfielder signed a three-year contract with Chelsea Women’s Club on Wednesday morning, ending months of speculation that linked her to various leagues in Europe and North America.

Jesse Fleming is the norm with Chelsea. Photo: Jesse Fleming’s Instagram

Fleming spent his last four seasons with UCLA BruinsWhere she was one of the best players in the conference. He scored 25 goals in 75 games for the Bruins, adding 22 assists.

She has also been a mainstay for the Canadian women’s team since 2013, participating in 77 matches and scoring 10 goals. On her debut at the age of 15, she already competed in two Women’s World Cups and was part of Team Canada at the 2016 Olympics, where she took a bronze medal.

Fleming is the latest addition to a squad full of international stars, including Australia’s Sam Kerr and Ji So-yun of South Korea and current FAWSL player of the season, Bethany England of England. Emma Hayes has also been appointed General Manager.

The Canadian midfielder has remained an undisputed fixture at Chelsea. Photo: Jesse Fleming’s Instagram

Sports Editor of Los Mochis, responsible for the sports agenda of the municipality of Ahome as well as national and international sports such as the major leagues, NBA, NFL, Mexican football, Champions League and other European and international football leagues. She graduated from Occidental University, Los Mochis Campus, in Communication Sciences, received a degree in English from the University of Arizona, Phoenix Campus, and successfully attended the Digital Sports Journalism Workshop at the University of Guadalajara. Mexicana del Pacifico attended the 2019 final between Charros and Yaquis, as well as play offs at the Pacific Coast Basketball Circuit. He has 10 years at EL DEBATE, including seven years as a sports editor.

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