Evelyn Badu: Caf Women’s Champions League top scorer completes move to Norwegian giants Avaldsnes

Caf Champions League for Women top scorer Evelyn Badu has completed a move to Norwegian giants Avaldsnes IL claimed by GhanaSoccerNet.

Badu sealed her transfer from the Ghana Women’s Premier League champions Hasaacas Ladies after signing a two-and-half year contract on Tuesday until 2024.

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She will play under former Liverpool star John Arne Riise who currently manager of the club.

The 19-year-old midfielder stole the headlines during the maiden edition of the CAF Women’s Champions League last month.

Badu won the Golden Ball and Golden Boot awards at the tournament held in Egypt after helping Hasaacas finish second in the end.

Hasaacas were beaten 2-0 by South African side Mamelodi Sundowns Ladies in the final.

The highly-rated player scored 5 goals to end the tournament as the highest top scorer and also the overall best player.

Badu scored the match winner for the Ghana U20 when they progressed to next stage of the 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifications over the weekend.

The Black Princesses beat their Zambian counterparts 1-0 on aggregate to advance to face Uganda.

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It was clear that Badu would leave the Ghana Women Premier League outfit after several clubs opened race for her signature revealed by Hasaacas Ladies coach Yusif Bisigi.

It is understood that Mamelodi Sundowns Women were interested in the Ghanaian International but failed to make official contacts.


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