North Carolina Courage star Debinha could leave the NWSL this offseason to sign with a European club, ATA Football reported Monday.

The 31-year-old forward has played for the Courage since 2017. She was nominated for league MVP this year after scoring 12 goals in 18 matches, third-most in the NWSL, including a hat trick on Sept. 24.

But the Brazilian enters the offseason as a free agent.

Debinha has garnered interest from Women’s Super League club Arsenal, who is looking for a boost after ACL injuries to Beth Mead and Vivianne Miedema depleted the Gunners’ forward line, ATA Football reported.

Arsenal isn’t the only team looking to add Debinha, who helped lead Brazil to its fourth straight Copa América Femenina title in July. European powers Manchester United, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain also are interested, as are several NWSL clubs, ATA Football reported.

Debinha spent the early years of her career with Brazilian clubs, though she played for Norway’s Avaldsnes IL from 2013-15 and then for China’s Dalian Quanjian in 2016 before she joined the NWSL in 2017.

She won NWSL titles with the Courage in 2018 and 2019, and she was named the MVP of the championship match in 2019. She was named MVP of the preseason Challenge Cup tournament in 2021 and 2022.

Brazil won its fourth straight Copa America Femenina title Saturday, downing Colombia 1-0 to clinch the team’s eighth championship.

Debinha scored Brazil’s lone goal, burying a penalty kick after drawing a foul in the game’s 37th minute.

Brazil maintained the tournament clean sheet, finishing the competition with 20 goals scored and none conceded.

With the victory, Brazil coach Pia Sundhage becomes the first female coach to lift the Copa America trophy. Brazil walks away with $1.5 million in prize money, while Colombia will take home $500,000.

Brazil and Colombia both clinched World Cup and Olympic berths after finishing in the top three in Bucaramanga.

The championship match of the Copa América Femenina is set, with host Colombia and powerhouse Brazil set to face off for the title at 8 p.m. ET Saturday.

Just Women’s Sports breaks down how the finalists got there.

How Columbia and Brazil reached the championship match

Colombia 1, Argentina 0

Colombia and Argentina matched each other dribble for dribble through a competitive match, but Colombia’s shooting accuracy won out.

Colombia outshot Argentina 13-6, getting seven shots on goal to Argentina’s two. Of those seven shots on goal, one went in: a shot from 17-year-old Linda Caicedo in the 63rd minute.

With the semifinal win, Colombia officially clinched a spot in the 2023 World Cup after failing to make the last one. The team enters the final undefeated, and their run has included emphatic group-stage victories, including a 4-0 win over Chile and a 4-2 win over Paraguay.

Brazil 2, Paraguay 0

It’s wholly unsurprising that Brazil has made the final of the Copa América, having won seven of the first eight editions of this competition. The powerhouse team’s only loss came in 2006, when Argentina won the title on home turf.

This time around, though, Brazil beat Argentina 4-0 in the group stage, and the team continued to showcase its dominance during Tuesday’s semifinal match against Paraguay.

Despite having just two goals to show for their efforts, Brazil dominated Paraguay in the 2-0 win. As Canarinhas had 23 shots to their opponent’s nine, with eight shots on goal to the opposition’s three. They dominated possession 69 percent of the time, and they also had 83 percent pass accuracy compared to Paraguay’s 55 percent.

Ary Borges and Beatriz Zaneratto JoĂŁo scored for Brazil in the match.

Colombia, who is playing host for the tournament, could play spoiler. They’ve been runners-up to Brazil twice, in 2010 and 2014. But home-field advantage seems to be the theme of this year’s World Cup qualifying tournaments, with England advancing to the final of the Euros at home and looking like a team that could capture its first Euros title Sunday. Could Colombia clinch its first Copa América title?

Brazil and Colombia will face off in the Copa América Femenina final at 8 p.m. ET Saturday on Fox Sports 2.