Leila signed for Manchester City: "I came to win trophies"


It’s official. After we at the MD anticipated that he would no longer renew the contract and would no longer proceed with Barcathe former Barcelona Leila Ouahabi (29 years old) was announced this Wednesday as the new player of City of Manchesterclub where he will sign for the next two seasons.

After nine years with Barça’s first team, Leila I wanted to continue to grow in a top level league like English and in a club like City of Manchester with the highest ambition to play in the next Champions. On the set the ‘citizen’ will match Vicky Losada.

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“I am very happy. I was looking forward to this moment and I am very happy now that everything is over. Manchester City has always been a team that caught my attention. I really like their style of football and the DNA of the club is so exciting. ” he says Leila after confirming his signing of citybefore becoming very ambitious in his new professional challenge.

“It’s going to be a completely different experience for me, and I look forward to it. I want to continue to enjoy my football and City is a strong club. Both personally and professionally, I think I will grow and thrive here. I also want to continue to win trophies. ” I want to win and be competitive, and I come here to win trophies for the City. ” Leilawhich is one of those called by Spain to play european woman this summer.

Source: La Verdad


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