Soccer: Japan women's World Cup winner Nagasato loaned to men's club

Chicago Red Stars forward Yuki Nagasato will make history as the first woman to play professionally for a men’s club after signing with Hayabusa Eleven of the Kanagawa Prefecture League in Japan, the two sides announced Thursday.The 33-year-old Nagasato, who joined the Red Stars in 2017, was a member of the “Nadeshiko” Japan women’s national soccer team that won the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup and part of the silver medal-winning London Olympic team in 2012.Her older brother Genki Nagasato also plays for Hayabusa and her younger sister Asano recently joined the Hayabusa Eleven+F, an affiliate …

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