The Cameroonian international player has put her bags to Sandviken F, first division club of the Norwegian women’s football championship.
The transfer window is not just a matter of male leagues. Talented female players are also coveted by renowned clubs. Moreover, the transfer market for women’s football is intensifying from year to year. And even if the history of a club plays an important role for the players of football, it is now the financial offer which determines the departures and arrivals in the clubs. You certainly understand better why the Asian leagues are more and more popular with women as much as men. IEurope remains the best destination for gifted footballers, but clubs in Asia and North America do not hesitate to offer consistent checks to these talented players.
Ajara Nchout has decided to stay in Europe for this time. The one that has been playing in the Swedish championship at Sundsvalls DFF since 2016, has just joined Sandviken F in Norway. A new adventure for the 25-year-old Cameroonian player!
Back on the course of Cameroon’s attacking midfielder.
he adventure of Ajara began early. She started at Franck Rollycek school in Douala. The young player known for her mobility on the field and dribbling with an accuracy above average was remarkable. Her selflessness when it came to scoring her teammates impressed. And it is these qualities that led her straight to national team. In 2010, she participated in her first AWCON under the colors of Cameroon.
In 2011, her club career took on a new dimension. She flew to Russia and joined FC Energiya Voronezh. The following year, she joined with WFC Rossiyanka, a club from the same country with whom she even played in the UEFA Women’s Champions League.
Between her club and the national team, Ajara Nchout is requested. She is part of the Cameroonian selection present in Great Britain for the London 2012 Olympic Games.
2014 is a special year, she returns to Cameroon and signs a contract with AS Police of Yaoundé. The African Women’s Football Championship takes place in Namibia the same year and with Cameroon she gets the silver medal synonymous with second place. The next big rally with the national team will be at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in Canada.
Her journey in football clubs continues in North America as she is transferred in 2015 to the New York Flash Western Soccer Club in the United States. After a mixed season in this club during which she participated in seven games for no goals, she flies to Sweden and integrates Sundsvalls DFF, second division club. Ajara enjoyed her new club fast and the results were following her 12 goals in 2016. This total even allowed her to finish top scorer of her club and be voted best player of the second division championship in Sweden.
She did not miss the opportunity to meet her teammates of the national team at the 2016 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon. And Cameroon passed close to the feat but failed again in the final against Nigeria.
The Cameroonian striker who celebrated her twenty-fifth birthday on January 12th will start a new adventure in Norway. While waiting to have all the details on the amount of the transfer and the clauses of her contract, we can already wish her to be on top and multiply the good performances.