- Asisat Oshoala may be considering a career in dancing after retiring from football after many more years of achievement
- The Barcelona striker shared a funny video of herself trying to twerk after meeting up with Alozie in the US
- Meanwhile, the 26-year-old will be getting ready for the new season as they hope to defend the titles they won last campaign
Super Falcons and Barcelona striker Asisat Oshoala will have to take her twerking lessons more seriously as she was seen showing off her amateurish dancing skill in the United States.
The 26-year-old attacker was in the company of a few of her national team colleagues during her trip to the country.
Oshoala was first spotted embracing one of the ladies in the short clip she posted on her Instagram story before participating in the twerking competition.
Meanwhile, the UEFA Women's Champions League winner has been linked with a move away from the Catalan club having won virtually everything in the short period that she got there.
The Nigeria international joined them in 2019 on an initial loan spell before sealing a permanent, and earlier this year, she helped them secure a historic treble while conquering Europe.
Oshoala scored nine goals and two assists in 11 league appearances for the Barcelona ladies last term, and she will be aiming for more when this season's campaign kick-off soon.
Super Falcons star Alozie confesses to having a crush on Iwobi
Legit.ng earlier reported that Super Falcons of Nigeria forward Michelle Alozie has disclosed that she has a crush on Super Eagles impressive midfielder Alex Iwobi.
The 24-year-old Alozie disclosed this during an interactive session with OJB Sport on Instagram as cited by Nigerian outlet Brila FM via Facebook.
She was born in the United States ,but switched allegiance to play national team football for Nigeria and has featured in three matches for the Super Falcons, scoring one goal.
Also, Legit.ng reported that Nigerian football star Asisat Oshoala has emerged as a top transfer target for Chelsea, Manchester City as well as rivals Real Madrid this summer.
The former Arsenal and Liverpool ladies star became the first African player in history to win the UEFA women's Champions League.
She helped Barcelona thrash Chelsea ladies 4-0 in the final of the competition in mid-May while she went ahead to win two more titles at the end of the 2020-21 campaign.