Tabitha Joins PSG Women's Football Club
Paris Sainte Germaine (PSG) Womens Football team has completed the signing of Malawi international Tabitha Chawinga on a season-long loan from Wuhan Jianghan University, the team and her manager have confirmed.
The Scorchers captain will be at PSG on a deal that runs up to June 30, 2024.
The 27-year-old striker is said to have received numerous offers from other clubs before settling for PSG, according to her local manager, Theana Msolomba.
Writing on their social media platforms, the French side say the arrival of Tabitha will help the club to fight for major trophies in Europe as she is a world class player.
Tabitha, will be making her second loan outing having spent the 2022 season at Italy's Inter Milan.
At Inter she became the first African player to win the Golden Boot with 23 goals in 21 matches in the Italian Serie A Feminile.
In the Chinese Women’s Super League, she netted 18 goals in round 16, four better than Copper Queens striker Barbara Banda, who scored 12 goals.
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