Chelsea FC Women winger Gemma Davison is leaving Kingsmeadow after four years with the club according to The Blues’ official website.

The 31-year-old Barnet-born midfielder is out of contract in South West London and will now further her career with another club.

Davison has had to be content with a more reduced first team role in recent months with Chelsea boss Emma Hayes having brought in a number of talented international stars in a bid to develop the FA Women’s Super League club further.

Chelsea and Davison go their separate ways with the player leaving a legacy at Kingsmeadow. The midfielder has been part of a Blues squad which has won two FA Women’s Super League 1 titles, the 2017 FA Women’s Super League 1 Spring Series and two SSE Women’s FA Cups. Davison’s leadership and maturity has rubbed off on many of her teammates and she must take credit for the role which she has played in the evolution of Chelsea FC Women Football Club.

Davison has enjoyed success wherever she has gone in the women’s game in England with the winger having secured league titles with former clubs Arsenal Women and Liverpool Ladies.

While her next career move has not been revealed, Davison is likely to remain in the FA Women’s Super League and she will not be far away from further silverware.

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