(Credit to Womens soccer united)
This summer, when 18-year-old Lindsey Horan signed a three-year deal at Paris Saint Germain, she became the first female American player to “go pro” straight out of high school. With a full scholarship offer from dynasty program UNC and the opportunity to represent her country at the U20 World Championship, she opted to head to France to begin her professional career. The decision was not only unprecedented, but raised many questions and a fair share of skepticism in the women’s soccer world.
From her apartment just outside of Paris and in between sessions with her new professional club, Lindsey took the time to answer some questions about her decision and experience at PSG so far.