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'I want to continue scoring more goals' - Asisat Oshoala boasts as she extends contract with Barcelona until 2024

Asisat Oshoala will continue scoring goals for Barcelona until 2024.

Oshoala will stay until 2024 at Barcelona

Super Falcons of Nigeria captain Asisat Oshoala has extended her contract with Barcelona Femeni until 2024.

The extension of Oshoala was announced through the clubs social media platforms on Thursday, March 10, 2022.

The 27-year-old star signed the contract with Barcelona president Joan Laporta and women's team manager Xavier Puig.

In a message on the official Barcelona website, Oshoala revealed the reason she chose to extend her contract with the club.

She said, “I am very happy to continue in the best team in the world. Not only because of their football, you look outside the field of play, and it is because of how they treat the players to keep improving.

"I'm a striker and I want to continue scoring more goals. Love it. The goal is to keep growing and be happy.”

In a video on the official Barcelona Femeni Twitter handle, Oshoala stated that she was excited to continue at the club.

Oshoala is regarded as one of the greatest African players of all-time.

Oshoala's goal record has been incredible, since she joined Barcelona from Chinese outfit Dalian Quanjian on January 31, 2019

With 19 goals in 16 games played Oshoala is the top scorer in the Primera Iberdrola.

In all competitions, Oshoala has a total of 80 goals in 101 appearances for the club since she joined.

The Super Falcons captain will now continue her career with Barcelona until June 30, 2024.

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