By Angu Lesley
Football writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Indomitable Lioness and Valerenga forward Nchout Njoya Ajara is in a situation to make a big decision on her future as she runs down a previous contract signed with the Norwegian Club two years ago.
Kick442.com has information on good authority that a Chinese Women’s Soccer League and a top-flight Club in the United States of America have officially manifested interest in signing the lethal finisher.
This comes weeks after Spanish side Atletico Madrid Ladies appeared in the rumor mill as an interested party in acquiring the services of the double Norwegian toppserien deputy top scorer.
This online portal has since gathered that the Spanish Club is keen on taking Ajara to the capital but that’s not putting off other suitors who are keen battling Atletico for the services of the Cameroon goal poacher.
Best Female African footballer in 2019 according to IFFHS, Ajara is no stranger to the championship in the US, having featured for Western New York flash in the 2015-2016 season.
Interest from China on Ajara is not a surprising as in recent times a handful of top African footballers including ; Asisat Oshola, Francisca Ordega, Gaelle Enganamouit and most-recently Zambia’s Barbra Banda have been hired by the Club.
Ajara scored 66% of Cameroon’s three goals during last year’s women’s FIFA world cup in France, underlining her output in the big stage.
The native of the West Virginia Region of Cameroon has scored goals wherever she has played. She is
She has been instrumental in Valerenga’s treble chase this term.
The Oslo-based outfit is chasing a League and cup double, with the league to climax this weekend and the final later this month.
Ajara has scored 12 goals and assisted four im 19 games for the Club this season. She is the real deal in front of goal. A player Valerenga counts on but other ambitious Clubs will like having.
The 2020 deputy CAF African Women’s footballer is likely to crown her stay at Valerenga with titles if they win the league and or cup and she leaves this close season.
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