The 28-year-old striker signed a deal that will keep her at Centro Deportivo Wanda until June 2022. Atletico Madrid’s women outfit are among the top three in Spain, winning the Primera Division back to back between 2017 and 2019. They are currently vice champions.
“I would like all Rojiblancos to know that I am very proud to wear their colors. I am a very competitive player who believes in winning until the last minute. Cameroonians never hesitate, we never give up. I will put these values at the service of Atletico Madrid. I will do my best to make the supporters proud of me and the team,” she said on the club’s website.
Njoya, whose double against New Zealand helped Cameroon reach the round of 16 at the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, will be discovering her seventh professional club in Spain following stints in Russia, Sweden, Norway and USA.