Chelsea forward Pernille Harder has been named the 2020 Uefa women’s Player of the Year.
The 27-year-old Dane scored nine times as Wolfsburg reached last season’s Champions League final before joining the Blues this summer.
She was selected from a shortlist featuring England defender Lucy Bronze and Lyon captain Wendie Renard.
The inaugural Coach of the Year award went to Lyon coach Jean-Luc Vasseur for a stellar debut season with the club.
The 51-year-old led Lyon to only the second perfect campaign in the Uefa women’s club competition to clinch their fifth title in a row and seventh overall, as well as another French double.
More to follow.