READING FC Women goalkeeper Mary Earps has joined German side Wolfsburg.

The 25-year-old keeper has left in order to secure Champions League football with last season's runners up.

Her move will become official when her contract with Reading expires on June 30.

She will then sign a one-year contract with the German league champions.

"To be joining one of the best teams in the world truly is a dream come true," said Earps.

"The team have had a great year, and I'm looking forward to building on that success this season.

"I've wanted to play in Germany since I played in the Champions League here a few years ago. It's a very competitive league and I can't wait to get started."

Earps joined Royals from Bristol City in 2016 following the club's promotion to FA Women's Super League 1 under boss Kelly Chambers.

She quickly became the first-choice keeper and helped Chambers' side clinch fourth-place last season - the club's highest-ever league finish.

Earps' performances between the sticks did not go unnoticed at international level and she received numerous call ups to the England squad.

She earned her first England cap in June 2017 against Switzerland and has been named in Phil Neville's squad for this Friday's World Cup qualifier against Russia in Moscow.

A Reading FC Women spokesman said: "We would like to thank Mary for her service to the club and wish her all the best for the future."