- Manchester United Women want Nigerian star Asisat Oshoala who is currently on Barcelona payroll
- The 26-year-old inspired Barcelona ladies to their first Women's Champions League glory in the recently concluded season
- United are now hoping they can prise the player away from Johan Cryuff Stadium outfit despite having one year left on her deal
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Super Falcons superstar Asisat Oshoala has reportedly emerged as a top transfer target for Manchester United this summer.
The Nigerian women's national team captain recently conquered Europe with Barcelona Ladies following their Champions League triumph.
She also won her second league title with the Catalans while wrapping up the season by winning the Queen's Cup last weekend.
Asisat has now been attracting attention from top clubs in Europe after scoring 13 goals in 20 appearances in the UCL and the Spanish League.
SunSport quoting Mundo Deportivo claims that the Red Devils have made contact with the former Rivers Angels star who helped Barca win their sixth La Liga Women’s title.
The Super Falcons star could however be returning to English football for the first time since 2017 after parting ways with Arsenal ladies.
Sources claim United have been heavily linked with a move for the four-time African best player award winner despite also searching for a new manager following the departure of Casey Stoney.
Apart from Oshoala, the Red Devils are also looking to lure Jess Sigsworth away from Leicester City in a bid to fortify their attack for competition.
Despite having a year left on her contract with the Catalans, Asisat was said to have considered a summer exit from the club.
Mundo Deportivo added that the LaLiga champs might be considering offers for the Nigeria star who was named the Best African Woman Player of the Decade by the International Federation of Football History.
Asisat Oshoala makes history with Barcelona ladies
Legit.ng earlier reported that Nigerian forward Asisat Oshoala made history with Barcelona Ladies after winning their first treble in Europe this season.
The Catalans emerged Queen's Cup champions following their 4-2 triumph over Spanish League rivals Levante on Sunday, May 30.
Their victory came after already winning the Women's Champions League as well as the league title this season.
Source: Sports Brief News